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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

FACULTY RECITAL BY 
MIECZYSLAW HORSZOWSKI 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 18, 1960 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 
All - Mozart Program 



I 

Sonata No. 1 in C major, K. 279 (Composed in 1774) 

Allegro 

Andante 
Allegro 

Sonata No. 2 in F major, K. 280 (Composed in 1774) 

Allegro assai 
Adagio 
Presto 

Sonata No. 3 in B flat major, K. 281 (Composed in 1774) 

Allegro 

Andante amoroso 
Rondo: Allegro 



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Sonata No. 4 in E flat major, K. 282 (Composed in 1774) 

Allegro 

Menuetto I 

Menuetto II 
Allegro 

Sonata No. 5 in C major, K. 283 (Composed in 1774) 

Allegro 

Andante 
Presto 

Sonata No. 6 in D major, K. 284 (Composed in 1775) 

Allegro 

Andante (Rondeau en Polonaise) 
Theme and Variations 

Letter ^\Titten by Mozart from Mannheim, November 4, 1777: 

"Heute babe icb alle meine sechs Sonaten beym Canabich gespielt." 

"Today I played all my six sonatas at Canabich's house." 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

RECITAL BY 
ANTHONY DI BONA VENTURA, Pianist 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1960 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Sonata in D 

(composed at the age of twelve) Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro 

Minuetto: Sostenuto 

Allegro ma non troppo — scherzando 

Sonata in E, Op. 109 LuDwic van Beethoven 

Vivace, ma non troppo — adagio espressivo 

Prestissimo 

Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo (theme and variations) 

Polonaise-Fantaisie, Op. 61 Frederic Chopin 



Intermission 



Passacaglia Nikos Skalkotas 

Images (set 1) Claude Debussy 

Reflets dans I'eau 
Hommage a Rameau 
Mouvement 

Trois mouvements de Petrouchka Igor Stravinsky 

Danse Russe 

Chez Petrouchka 

La semaine grasse 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty — seventh Season - 1960-61 

Student Recital 
Wednesday Afternoon, December 7, I960 at 5:15 o» clock 

PP.OGHAM 
I 

Piece v., Cesar Franck 

Sonata for oboe and piano, Op. 166. ....C Saint- Saens 

Andantino 
Allegretto 
Molto allegro 

JAMES CALDWELL, Oboe 
VLADIiaP. SOKOLOFF, Piano 

II 

Cinq pieces breves Louis Bas 

WILLIAM WEBSTER, Oboe 
FRED GHUENEBAUM, English Horn 

III 

Variations on a theme of Mozart L. van Beethoven 

("La ci darem la mano" from Don Giovanni) 

JPmS CAIDV-iELL, Oboe 
WILLI Ai4 WEBSTER, Oboe 
FRED GEUEKSBAUM, English Horn 



Mr. Caldwell, Mr. Gruenebaum and Mr. Webster: 
Students of Mr. De Lancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-seventh Season - I960 - 61 

THE OPERA DEPARTMENT 

PRESENTS 

SCENES FROM OPERAS 

(An open Class of the Opera Workshop) 

Tuesday Afternoon, December 13, I960 at 5:15 o^ clock 

I 
WERTHSR (in French) Jules Massenet 

Act III, Part I 

Charlotte Mary Burgess 

Sophie Judith Blegen 

Werther ........ r . . Alex Perkins 

Albert. . , Rodney Stenborg 

Messenger Ronald Bottcher 

Synop sis: Weimar, the day before Christmas in 177- . 
Charlotte, after devoting her youth to raising her 
younger, orphaned brothers and sisters, has married 
her childhood friend^ Albert. In spite of that 
marriage, the young poet, Werther, has fallen 
desperately in love with Charlotte- Fearing to be 
moved, by his love, Charlotte has ordered him to 
stay away for some months and has set the date of 
Christmas for his decision to return as a friend 
or to renounce ever to see her again. Reading 
Werther^ s letters once more, she understands that 
his failure to return would mean that he has decided 
to die. In vain, her sister Sophie tries to cheer 
her. Werther arrives. Containing their passion 
for awhile, they finally submit to it, momentarily 
and then separate. Later, when Albert returns home, 
he receives a message from Werther asking for the 
loan of his pistols. The loan is made. Werther 
has chosen to die. 



II 

FALSTAFF (in English) Giuseppe Verdi 

Act II, Scene I 

Sir John Falstaff John Wiseman 

Mr . Ford Rodney Stenborg 

(FIVE MINUTE INTERMISSION) 

LE JONGLEUR DE NOTRE DAME (in French) .. .Jules Massenet 

Scene 

Jean Judith Blegen 

Boniface David Hottmann 

SjunfisJLa: In this opera the soprano impersonates 
a teen-age boy, Jean (French lor John), an errant 
"Juggler" minstrel, t-ombler, dancer all in one, 
who earns his poor life by performing in the streets. 
Because he was playing his very pagan act on the 
steps of a convent chapel, Jean was harshly scolded 
by the Prior. His frailty and innocence has moved 
the monk to take him into the convent and give him 
some moral and religious instruction. In this 
scene we see Jean dispairing of ever being worthy 
of the love of the Holy Virgin for which he longs 
ardently. The convent's cook. Brother Boniface, 
tells him The Legend of the Sage: fleeing from 
Herod' s murderers, Mary looks for a place to hide 
her infant son. A rosebush would have been ideal, 
but the conceited rose refuses to help. A humble 
sagebush does provide shelter and salvation. Jean 
understands that Mary loves the humble soul, too, 
and offers her his heart. 



Ill 

I PAGLIACCI (in Italian).. Ruggiero Leoncavallo 

Act I, Scene 2, 3 and 4 

Nedda Patti Jean Thompson 

Tonio. . , David Hottmann 

Silvio, John Wiseman 

Canio Alex Perkins 

Beppe Otto Townsend 



Synop.qi =; i A company of travelling comedians has 
settled near a little town for some days. Although 
the pretty Nedda is the wife of Canio, the leading 
man of the snail group, she has two suitors: Tonio 
the clown, a cripple whom she despises, and the 
handsome and wealthy villager, Silvio, to whose 
declaration of love she lends a willing ear. To 
revenge himself for Nedda' s rebukes, Tonio denounces 
the lovers to Canio. In the f&mous aria "Ridi, 
Pagliaccio" Canio, with great difficulty, manages 
to control himself in order that the show can go on. 



The scenes have been coached by 
Sally Westmoreland and Martha Massena 



At the piano Martha Massena 
Stage Director Martial Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Thirty- seventh Season - I960 - 61 

THE OPERA DEPARIMENT ' 
PRESENTS • • • 

SCENES FROM OPERAS 

(An open Class of the Opera Workshop) 

Tuesday Afternoon, Januaiy 31> 1961 at $:15 o'clock 

Faust (in French )• — .-,-.- • Charles Gounod 

Act I, Scene I 

Faust • •-^.-. Alex Perkins 

Mephistopheles John West 

Faust' s study ; .Dr. Faust, an aged scholar, frustrated in 
his search for an answer to the riddle of life, has resolved 
to kill himself by drinking poison. Failing at the last 
second to go through with his plan, he calls upon Satan to 
come to his aid. Mephistopheles answers and a grim bargain- 
ing takes place. When Mephistopheles conjures a vision of 
Marguerite, Dr. Faust agrees to surrender his soul to the 
Devil in exchange for his youth, which is restored. 

Act III, Scene IV 
Marguerite Patti- Jean Thompson 

Marguerite's garden ; Returning from church. Marguerite has 
encountered the young Faust. Now, alone in her garden, she 
sings the melancholy ballad of the "King of Thule", inter- 
rupting herself to recall the manly bearing of the stranger. 
She finds a casket nearby, deposited there by Mephistopheles 
and, with naive delight, she bedecks herself with the jewels- 



Act III, Scene III 

Valentin Rodney Stenborg 

Siebel, • • - -Mary Burgess 

Mcpbistopheles - « . - . . Jolm West 

Faust, c . . . > O'tto Townsend 

Marguerite Andrea Kasen 

Apublic square; Valentin, Marguerite » s brother, has 
lust returned fro;a war. Sic be 1, a young neighbor 
secrfcti^ in love with Marguerite, tries to detain him 
from seeing his sister, v/ho has been dishonored and 
forsaken by Fausf. " But Faust returns with Mei^histopheles 
who sings a macking serenade to Marguerite. Valentin 
comes out of the house and is killed in the ensuing 
duel with Fautt. ■ - • • • 

) 

The Ma£ic Flute (in English) W. A. Mozart , 

-•■'.v-J' 

Papageno George Myers 

Three Genii Bobbiann Young 

Mary Burgess 

Kathryn Basler 

Papagena. Judith Blegen 

Scene: Papageno, the bird catcher and more than half- 
bird himself, has been longing all his life for a 
wife of his own kind. Desperate at never finding her, 
he decides to end his life by hanging. But the magic 
glockenspiel given to him earlier in the opera will 
finally bring him his wish in the form of a Papagena. 



La Traviata (in Italian), •••••G. Verdi 

Act II, Scene IV 

Violetta Patti- Jean Thompson 

Giorgio Germont John VJiseman 

Leading a life of ceaseless enjoyment, although 
afflicted with a grave illness, Violetta has fallen 
in love for the first time with the young Alfredo 
Germont. Alfredo* s father, fearing that his son 
is being lured to his ruin, comes to visit the 
dangerous courtesan in an effort to induce her to 
release his son. He finally convinces the kind 
hearted Violetta to make this cruel sacrifice for 
the good of the young man and of his family. He 
leaves Violetta alone and desperate although she 
has won his respect and affection. 

Don^ Carlo (in Italian) •••.•••.. G. Verdi 

Act IV, Part I 



King Filippo I John West 

Grand Inquisitor David Hottmann 

Queen Elisabetta. • Andrea Kasen 

Princess Eboli Mary Burgess 

Podrigo di Posa. , • • .Rodney Stenborg 
Conte di Lerma George Myers 



1 ! 



King Filippo II of Spain meditates in his study. 
His second wife Elisabetta of France, has never 
lovad hjjac Life is lonely, his power and his honor 
are threatened. Only after death will he find 
peace. * To the head of the powerful Inquisitor, a 
blind 90 year old raan, Filippo talks about the 
political plots of Don Carlo and heir to the throne 
his son by his first marriage. The two men decide 
that the rebellious son must be condemned to death. 
The Ino^uisitor denounces another traitor more dancer- 
ous than Carlo; Carious friend P.odrigo di Posa, him- 
self, a confidctnt of the King. Tlie Inquisitor retires 
after asking the death penalty for Podrigo. Queen 
Elisabetta enters crying for justice. Someone in her 
own court has stolen her casket of jewels. The King 
produces the casket which contains, along with the 
jewels, a portrait of Carlo. The innocent Queen, 
who had loved Carlo before her marriage to Filippo, 
defies the King, who brutally accuses her of adultery. 
She faints. Answering the King' s call for help, Posa 
and Princess Eboli, lady-in-waiting, rush in. The 
quartet express various feelings; Eboli' s remorse at 
having betrayed the Queen; Rodrigo's desire to free 
men from tyranny; the King's belief in his wife's 
innocence; the loneliness of the Queen. Alone with 
the Queen, Eboli confesses her guilt, her secret love 
for Carlo, her jealousy of the Queen, even her affair 
with the King. Coldly, the Queen orders her to a 
convent, and retires. The distracted Eboli curses the 
fatal gift of her beauty, then rushes to save Carlo. 

At the piano Martha Massena 
Stege Director Martial Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall — Thirty- seventh Season - I96C-6I 

vStudent recital 

AKNE GOODMAN Violoncello 

JOHN V.T:SEMaN Baritone 

i/ILLI.^-1 HAP€UTC:UI'IIAW Violin 

Tuesday /ifternoon, February 7, 1961 at 5 '15 o'clock 

PPOGPAil 
I 

Sonata in E ndnor, Opus 38 Johaimes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 

Allegretto quasi menuetto 
Allegro 

ANIL'S GOHDM-^: 
Leah MelLnan, piano 

II 
"Si, tra i ceppi" from "Bernice".., Georg Friedrich Handel 

Friihlingstraum - v a -u -u 4. 

,, . , ^ ,•.... Franz Schubert 

Me mi 

Sch'one Wiege meiner Leiden -. 

Friihlingsnacht } P-°b®^^ Schumann 

Psyche Emile Paladilhe 

Phydile Henri Duparc 

Les gars qui vont a la fete Francis Poulenc 



i 



JOHN l^^:SEI^L\N 
Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



III 
Concerto in E minor Jules Conus 

Allegro mclto - Auagio - Allegro suoito 

'./ILLIA^: KA^^OUTCUNIAN 
Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Kiss Goodman:... Student of Mr. Cole 8c Vx» Pose 

lir. I'iseman : Student of Kr, Singher 

Mr. P'aroutounian: Student of l'4r. Eto 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Kail, Thirty- seventh Season — I960 - 61 
Student Recital 

George Myers Baritone 

Hidetaro Suzuki Violin 

Mary Burgess .Me zzo-Soprano 

Vladiinir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 14-, 1961, at 5:15 o» clock 

PROGR^ 
I 

Four arias from "Julius Caesar" George Frederick Handel 

a. Now I bid thee 

b. Not lovelier nor fairer 

c. *Tis there I see a huntsman 

d. Breath of the azure sea 

Plaisir d » amour Jean Paul Martini 

Ihr Bild Franz Schubert 

Waldesgesprach Robert Schumann 

GEORGE MYERS 

II 

Siegfried- paraphrase Wagner-Wilhelmj 

■Pcenie Op. 25 Ernest Chausson 

Tzigane Maurice Ravel 

HIDETARO SUZUKI 
III 

"Laudamus te" from Mass in C minor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Geh', Geliebter, geh' jetzt ] Hugo Wolf 

In dem Schatten meiner Locken/ 

Trois Chansons de France -^ 

1. Rondel; Le temps a laissie I Claude Debussy 

2. La Grotte i 

3. Rondel: Pour ce que plaisance^ 

Au pays ou se fait la guerre Henri Duparc 

MARY BURGESS 

Miss Burgess -...Student of Mme. Gregory 

Mr. Myers : Student of Mr. Singher 

Mr. Suzuki:... Student of Mjt. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
DOUGLAS EDELMAN, Trombone 

Student Recital By 

DONALD BLAKESLEE, Tuba 

ROBERT MOORE, Trombone 

JAY SHANMAN, Trombone 

and Brass Ensemble 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 17, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Concerto Henri Tomasi 

Andante et scherzo-valse: lento assai rubato 
Nocturne: andante 
Tambourin: allegro giocoso 

JAY SHANMAN 
Susan Starr at the piano 

II 

Concertino JosE Berchmans 

Aria: tres modere 
Allegro 

Vivace 

ROBERT MOORE 
William Winstead at the piano 

III 

Theme and Variations on a Swiss Folk Song Joseph Arban 

(Transcribed for tuba by Charles Giisikoff) 

DONALD BLAKESLEE 
Allen Kindt at the piano 

IV 

Deux danses Jean-Michel Defay 

I. Danse sacree 
II. Danse profane 

DOUGLAS EDELMAN 
Allen Kindt at the piano 

V 

Fanfares liturgiques Henri Tomasi 

Annonciation 

Evangile 

Apocalypse (Scherzo) 

Procession du Vendredi-Saint 

BRASS ENSEMBLE 

French Horns Trombones 

Glenn Janson Douglas Edelman 

William Capps Robert Moore 

David Gray Jay Shanman 

John Mason John Melby 

Trumpets Tuba 

Glen Bowling Donald Blakeslee 

Roger Penning Timpani 

Richard Giangiulio Vernon Ewan 

Edwin McCoy Battery 

Elin Frazier David Frerichs 

Edward Hawke 

Mr Blakeslee, Mr Edelman, Mr Moore and Mr Shanman: Sttulents of 

Mr Gusikoff 

Brass Ensemble conducted by Mr Gusikoff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
LINDA JUST, Violin 

Student Recital By 
WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, Organ 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 21, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 
I 

Prelude and Fugue in B minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Symphony in G Leo Sowerb y 

2. Fast and sinister 

WILLIAM WHITEHEAD 
II 

La Folia Corelli-Kreisler 

Caprice No. 15 Nicolo Pacanini 

for violin alone 

Nocturne Aram Khachaturian 

Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 28. . . .Camille Saint-Saens 

LINDA JUST 
Mr Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Just: Student of Mb Galamian 
Mr Whitehead: Student of Dr McCurdy 



I 



THE CURTIS I^TSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Thirty- seventh Season - I96O - 61 

Student Recital 

Jay Hiimeston Violoncello 

Arlene Portiisy Piano 

Takaoki Sugitani Violin 

Friday Afternoon, February 24, I96I at 5il> o* clock 

I 

Fantasiestucke, Op. 73 Robert Schumann 

1. Zart una mit Ausdruck 

2. Lebhc^t leicht 

3. Rasch und mit Feuer 

Sonata in A major Luigi Boccherini 

Adagio 
Allegro 

JAY HUMESTON, violoncello 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Sonatina No. 25 in G major. Op. 79. •••Ludwig van Beethoven 
Presto alia tedesca 
Andante espressivo 
Vivace 

Impromptu No. 2 in E flat major. Op. 90 Franz Schubert 

ARLSI^ PCRTNEY, piano 
III 

Concerto No. 4- in D major, K 218. . .Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Allegro 

Andante cantabile 

Pondeau: Andante grazicso 

TAKAO'a SUGITANI, violin 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Portne^/: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 

Mr. Humes ton: Student of Mr. Rose and lAr. Cole 

Mr. Sugitani: Student of Mr. Eto 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Ihirty-ceventh Season - I960 - 61 

Student Recital 

Andrea Kasen. Soprano 

L^Tin Blakeslee Violin 

John West Bass 

Mr. Vladimir Solcoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 28, I96I at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

Recitative and aria "Beh vieai non tardar".. W. A. Mozart 

from "Le Nozze di Figaro" 

Standchen ^ P^^^^^ Schumann 

ihr Herren / 

Mandoline Claude Debussy 

L' invitation au voyage Plenri Duparc 

ANDREA KASEN, soprano 

II 

Concerto in F# minor. Op. 23 Heinrich Ernst 

(in one movement) 

LYNN BLAlffiSLEE, violin 
III 

"Arise, ye subterranean winds" • • Henry Purcell 

from "The Tempest" 

Der Wanderer > 

An Silvia ^^ \^ ^^.^nz Schubert 

Der Doppelganger / 

Der Musensohn ) 

Nocturne Gabriel Faure 

Two arias from "Philemon et Baucis" Charles Gounod 

i. Que les songes heiire^jx 

2. Au bruit des lourds marteaux d'airain 

JOHN ^.^SST, bass 

Miss Rasen Student of Mme. Gregory 

Miss Blakeslee. .. .Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Mr. West Student of I^r . Sin^her 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Thirty- seventh Season - i960 - 61 
Student Recital 

Margarita Csonka — Rof^eaarie Bottalico 

Harpists 

Levina Boehl - Pexer Kern - Dean Miller 

Susan Morris 

Flutists 

Friday Afternoon, March 3, 1961 at 5:15 o» clock 

PRCGPuAll 

I 

Concerto in B flat Georg Friedrich Handel 

Allegro moderate 1685 — 1759 

Larghetto 

Cadenza (Salzedo) 
Allegro moderate 

Prelude for a Drama (194-8) Carlos Salzedo 

MARGARITA CSONIU 

II 
Sicilienne et Burlesque Alfredo Casella 

SUSAN mvias 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
III 

Rondo capriccioso Robert Russell Bennett 

for flute quartet 

Levina Boehl - Peter Xern 
Dean Miller - Susan Morris 

IV 
Prelude fatidique (1954-) Carlos Salzedo 

Suite of Eight Dances (19^3) Carlos Salzedo 

1. Gavotte 5. Bolero 

2. Menuet 6. Seguidilla 

3. Polka 7. Tango 

4.. Siciliana 8. Rumba 

ROSEMARIE BOTTALICO 

Miss Csonka and Miss Bottalico 
Students of Mr. Salzedo 

Miss Boehl - Miss Morris - Mr. Kern and Ifr. Miller 
Students of Mr. Kincaid 

Lyon 8c Healy Harp 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
JAMES KEENE, Violin 

Student Recital by 
Joan Dolgonos, Piano 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 7, 1961, AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 
I 



.JoHANN Sebastian Bach 



Sixth French Suite in E major. 

Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Gavotte 
Polonaise 
Boiirree 
Menuet 
Gigue 



Six Preludes from Op. 28 Frederic Chopin 

Eb major: vivace 

C minor: largo 

B6 major: cantabile 

G minor : molto agitato 

F major: moderato 

D minor: allegro appassionato 

JOAN DOLGONOS 



II 



Concerto in D minor. Op. 47 Jean Sibelius 

Allegro moderato 

Adagio di molto 

Allegro, ma non tanto 

JAMES KEENE 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Mr. Keene: Student of Mb. Etc 
Miss Dolgonos: Student of Me. Serkin and Mrs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
JULIA J ANSON, Violin 

Student Concert by 
Chamber Music Students of Mr. Brodsky 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 8. 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



String Quartet in A minor. Op. 51, No. 2 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 

Andante moderate 

Quasi minuetto, moderato 

Finale: Allegro non assai 

MlWAKO NlNOMIYA ) CAROLINE WORON, Violtt 

Cynthia Hooton / *** '"* Diane Mather, Violoncello 

II 



Sonata a violino solo senza basso Francesco Geminiani 

Adagio 

Vivace 

Affettuoso-Grave 

Giga: Allegro assai 

Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63 Serge Prokofiev 

Allegro moderato 
Andante assai 

Allegro, ben marcato 

JULIA JANSON 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Miss Hooton and Mrs. Janson: Students of Miss Reynolds 

Miss Ninomiya: Student of Mr. Galamian 

Miss Woron : Student of Mr. Aronoff 

Miss Mather: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CUHTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty- seventh Season - 1960-61 

COi;CEET OF l-OJSIC FOP 
AN ENSi^-lBLE OF S^VEN H\PPS 
Led hy tlr, Carlos Salseao 

ROSEMPJE BOTT/iICO DOTIAN 3USHBY COPKEY CHRISIMAN 
C^\EOLE CROSBY M;j^G/iPITA CSOinU 

ANN GAPLIGHS JUDE MOLLE:^HAuER 

Friday Afternoon, March 10, I96I at 5:15 o* clock 

PPOGF^AM 

I 

Sixth French Suite ...• Johann-Sebastian Bach 

1. Allemande 5. Gavotte 1685 - 1750 

2. Courante 6. Menuet^ 

3. Sarabande 7. Hour re e 



4.. Polonaise 



i: 



Delphian Dancers 

^®^1^ V • Claude Debussy 

Puck»s Dance / lg^2 - 1918 



The Smiken Cathedral 



III 



Bolmimerie (1919) Carlos Salzedo 

(Music for a film- pantomime for seven harp parts, 
coBposed for the great Poissian dancer, Adolf 3olm) 

A gathering at the ro3/al court 
Entrance of the magicians 
Magical feats 
Electrical conv^alsions 
The wall- pane Is detach themselves 
and dance a fugue (a la Brahms) 
A noisy country fair 
A corpseless funeral, 
at which a large fantastic bird appears 
A nois3' country fair 
The monarch congratulates the magicians 
The magicians dissolve as the curtain tumbles 

Lyon &i Healy Harps 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

RICHARD BOUCHETT, Organist 

DAVID HOTTMANN, Baritone 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 14. 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Wondrous Love, Op. 34 Samuel Barber 

Variations on a Shape-note Hymn 

Sonata on the Ninety-fourth Psalm Julius Reubke 

Allegro 

RICHARD BOUCHETT 
II 



Folk Songs of France Arranged by Benjamin Britten 

1. Le roi s'en va-t'en chasse 

2. II est quelqu'un sur terre 

3. Quand j'etais chez mon pere 

Bringt her dem Herren Heinrich Schutz 

from Kleine geistliche Konzerte 

Selve amiche, ombrose piante Antonio Caldara 

Le Combat des Elements Francois Bouvard 

Recitative and aria Che faro senza Euridice Christophe Gluck 

from "Orfeo ed Euridice" 

Nun wandre, Maria \ 

Der Musikant \ „ ,^ 

A t ■ TT7 J / Hugo Wolf 

Aui einer Wanderung i 

Der Tambour / 

Songs of Travel I Ralph Vaughan Williams 

1. The Vagabond 

2. Bright is the ring of words 
3. The Roadside Fire 

DAVID HOTTMANN 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Mr. Bouchett: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mb. HOTTMANN: Student of Mr. Singher 



String Quartet under the direction of I'fr. Brodsky 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
FRED ARICO, Violoncello 

Student Recital by 

Carole Crosby, Harp 

Corkey Christman, Harp 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 17, 1961, AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 
I 

Gavotte from "The Temple of Glory" Jean-Philippe Rameau 

1683-1764 

Sonata in C minor Giovanni-Battista Pescetti 

Allegro vigoroso 1704—1766 

Andantino espressivo 
Presto 

Two Divertissements Andre Caplet 

In the French style 1879-1925 

In the Spanish mood 

CAROLE CROSBY 

II 

Adagio and Allegro, Op. 70 Robert Schumann 

1810-1856 

Concerto in D major Joseph Haydn 

Allegro moderate 1732-1809 

Adagio 

Rondo: Allegro 

FRED ARICO 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Impromptu Gabriel Faure 

1845-1924 

La Desirade (1927) 
Song in the Night (1927) 

Four Short Fantasies on Christmas Carols (1954) ^... Carlos Salzedo 

Noel Provengal 
Neopolitan Carol 
Catalan Carol 
Basque Carol 

CORKEY CHRISTMAN 

Mr. Arico : Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 
Miss Crosby and Mr. Christman: Students of Mr. Salzedo 

LYON & HEALY HARP 



String Quartet under the direction of Mr. Brodsky 



THE CUPTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty- seventh Season - I96O-6I 
STUDENT CONCERT BY 

Raymond Mabry, Organist 
Rodney Stenborg, Baritone 
String Quartet 

Monday Afternoon, March 20, I96I at 5:15 o' clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Two Chorale Preludes Johann Sebastian Bach 

from the "Eighteen Great" 
Come, Holy Ghost 

Lord Jesus Christ, unto us turn 

Prelude and Fugue in D major Johann Sebastian Bach 

RAYI^Ol® MABRY 

II 

Quartet in F major. Op. 135 •...Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegretto 
Vivace 

Lento assai, cantante e tranquillo 

Grave ma non troppo tratto - allegro 

Hidetaro Suzuki, violin Harvey Waldman, Viola 

Takaoki Sugitani, violin Noel Snyder, Violoncello 

III 
"Tu se « morta" from "Orf e 0" Claudio Monteverdi 



Traum durch die Dammerung 

Sehnsucht \ Richard Strauss 

Heimliche /Vufforderung 



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La procession Cesar Franck 

Chanson d* amour Gabriel Faure 

Carnaval , Felix Fourdrain 

"Credo in un dio crudel" Giuseppe Verdi 

from "Otello" 

RODl^Y STEI^OPG 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Mabry: Student of Dr. McCurdy 

Mr. Stenborg: Student of I^e. Gregory 

String Quartet under the direction of Mr. Brodsky 

I 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Thirty- seventh Season - I96O-6I 

STUDENT PECITAL BY 

Alex Perkins. Tenor 
Shnrael Ashkenasi, Violin 
Kathleen Easier, Contralto 

I-Ir. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
Tuesday Afternoon, March 21, I96I at 5:15 o'clock 

PHOGRM 
I 

"Lungi dal caro bene" Giuseppe Sarti 

from Giulio Sabino 

Concert Aria No. 3-4, K 4.3I Wolfgang Ainadeus Mozart 

"Miserol o sognol " 

Mandoline "^ ^ 

Nell S Gabriel Faure 

Notre amour ) 

Two Songs fr6m "Canciones Clasicas". ...Fernando J. Obradors 
Del cabello mas sutil 
Chiquitita la novia 

AI,EX PERKINS 
II 

Concerto in B minor. Op, 61 Edward Elgar 

Allegro 
Andante 

Allegro molto 

SHMUEL ASHKENASI 
III 

"Dove sei amato bene" .Georg Friedrich Handel 

from Rodelinda 

Von ewiger Liebe ^ Johannes Brahms 

Der Schmied / 

Allerseelen -^ Piohard Strauss 

Die Nacht / 

Anakreon's Grab -v Hugo Wolf 

Gesang Weyla*s / 

KATHLEEN BASLER 

Mr. Ashkenasi: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Miss Basler: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Perkins: Student of Mr. Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
RICHARD CUMMINS, Organ 

Student Recital by 
Jude Mollenhauer, Harp 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 24, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Rigaudon Andre Campra 

Fugue in C# minor Arthur Honeccer 

Pastorale Darius Milhaud 

Fantasy in F minor, K. 608 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

RICHARD CUMMINS 

II 



Sarabande Francois Couperin 

1668-1733 

Sonatina Marcel Tournier 

1879-1951 

Briskly 

Calm and expressive 
Restlessly 

JUDE MOLLENHAUER 



Miss Mollenhauer: Student of Mr. Salzedo 
Mr. Cummins: Student of Dr. MeCurdy 

LYON & HEALY HARP 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
SUE BOURNES, Bassoon 

Student Recital by 
Barbara Blegen, Piano 
Judith Biegen, Soprano 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 28, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata No. 2 in D minor. Op. 14 Serge Pbokofiev 

Allegro, ma non troppo 

Scherzo: Allegro marcato 
Andante 
Vivace 

BARBARA BLEGEN 

II 

Suite Alexandre Tansman 

Introduction et allegro 

Sarabande 

Scherzo 

Rhapsody for unaccompanied bassoon Willson Osborne 

Concerto in D minor Antonio Vivaldi 

Allegro 

Larghetto 

Allegro molto 

SUE BOURNES 

Hidetaro Suzuki, Violin Harvey Waldman, Viola 

Takaoki Sugitani, Violin Noel Snyder, Violoncello 

III 

"The soft complaining Flute" 

from Ode for St. Cecilia's Day Georg Friedrich Handel 

Seligkeit Franz Schubert 

^^'\^/f ^ . \ Johannes Brahms 

Das Madchen spricht ) 

"Ou va la jeune Indoue" from Lakme Leo Delibes 

JUDITH BLEGEN 

Miss Bournes: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 

Miss Barbara Blegen : Student of Mr. Serkin 

Miss Judith Blegen: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
SUSAN WILLOUGHBY, Bassoon 

Student Recital by 
Beatriz Lima, Piano 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 7. 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 
I 

Symphonae sacrae I, Op. 6, No. 3 Heinrich Schutz 

In te Domine speravi 

SUSAN WILLOUGHBY 
in collaboration with 
Mary Burgess, Mezzo-soprano 
Miwako Ninomiya, Violin 
William Winstead, Harpsichord 

II 

Sonata in G major. Op. 168 Camille Saint-Saens 

Allegretto moderato 
Allegro scherzando 

Molto adagio — allegro moderato 

SUSAN WILLOUGHBY 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Berceuse in D6 major, Op. 57 Frederic Chopin 

Three Etudes, Op. 104 Felix Mendelssohn 

Presto 

Allegro con moto 

Allegro vivace 

Sonatina No. 3 (In the G clef) Camarco Guarnieri 

Allegro 

Con tenerezza 
Fugue 

BEATRIZ UMA 

IV 

Concerto in F (F. VIII, No. 8) Antonio Vivaldi 

Allegro non molto 
Andante 

AHegro molto 

SUSAN WILLOUGHBY 
Assisted by 
Miwako Ninomiya, Violin Diane Mather, Violoncello 

Vincent Frittelli, Violin Michael Shahan, Doublebass 

Caroline Woron, Viola William Winstead, Harpsichord 

V 

Rondo for three bassoons Granville Bantock 

("Dance of the witches," from incidental music to "Macbeth") 

SUSAN WILLOUGHBY 

SUE BOURNS 

JOHN CROCKETT 

Miss Willoughby: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 

Miss Lima: Student of Mr. Horszowski 

Group accompaniments under the supervision of Mr. Schoenbach 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

SUSAN STARR, Piano 
JOHN CROCKETT, Bassoon 

MONDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 10, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



I 

Concerto, "La Notte" Antonio Vivaldi 

Introduction: Largo-andante molto 
Fantasia : Presto 

"II sonno": Adagio 

"Sorge I'aurora": Allegro 

Second movement from Concerto for Bassoon, Op. 75 

Adagio Carl Maria von Weber 

JOHN CROCKETT 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Duo No. 3 in Bfo major for Clarinet and Bassoon 

Allegro sostenuto LuDWIC VAN BeETHOVEN 

Aria con variazioni: Andantino con moto — allegi'o assai 

JOHN CROCKETT, Bassoon 
Homer Lee, Clarinet 

III 

English Suite No. 3 in G minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Prelude — AUemande — Courante — Sarabande — 
Gavotte I — Gavotte II (ou la musette) — Gigue 

Sonata in E6 major, K. 282 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Adagio 

Menuetto I — Menuetto II — Menuetto I 
Allegro 

Sonata No. 2 in G minor. Op. 22 Robert Schumann 

So rasch wie moglich 
Andantino 

Scherzo: Sehr rasch und markirt 
Rondo: Presto 

SUSAN STARR 

Miss Starr: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Mr. Crockett: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
SHELDON LAMPERT, Violin 

Student Recital by 
Michele Levin, Piano 

Mr. Vladimir SokolofF at the piano 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 11, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Sonata No. 1 in G major, Op. 78 Johannes Brahms 

Vivace, ma non troppo 
Adagio 

Allegro molto moderato 

SHELDON LAMPERT 

n 

Six Klavierstiicke, Op. 118 Johannes Brahms 

1. Intermezzo in A minor 

2. Intermezzo in A major 

3. Ballade in G minor 

4. Intermezzo in F minor 

5. Rcmanze in F major 

6. Intermezzo in E6 minor 

MICHELE LEVIN 

III 

Concerto in A minor, Op. 82 Alexander Glazounov 

Moderate — andante — allegro 

SHELDON LAMPERT 

Mb. Lahpert: Sttident of Mr. Eto 
Miss Levin: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
JAMES CALDWELL, Oboe 

Student Recital by 

Jay Light, Oboe 

Fred Gruenebaum, Oboe 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 14, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 
I 

Adagio JoHANN Sebastian Bach 

from the Easter Oratorio 

JAMES CALDWELL, Oboe 
Hidetaro Suzuki ( y. ,. Caroline Woron, Viola 

Miwako Ninomiya ) " ' Robert Newkirk, Violoncello 

Michael Shahan, Doublebass 

II 

Aria: "Lass uns, o hochster Gott" Johann Sebastian Bach 

from Cantata No. 41 

Judith Blegen, Soprano 
JAMES CALDWELL ") 
JAY LIGHT } Oboes 

FRED GRUEXEBAmi j 
Robert Newkirk, Violoncello 

III 

Aria for soprano and oboe obbligato Antonio Vivaldi 

"Domine Deus" from Gloria 

JAMES CALDWELL, Oboe 

Judith Blegen, Soprano 

Hidetaro Suzuki i y r g Caroline Woron, Viola 

Miwako Ninomiya ) "^ '" Robert Newkirk, Violoncello 

WiUiam Winstead, Harpsichord 

IV 

Concerto for two oboes, strings and continuo Tommaso Albinoni 

Allegro 

Adagio 

Allegro 

JAY LIGHT i ^, 

FRED GRUENEBAUM ) 
Hidetaro Suzuki f y. .. Robert Newkirk, Violoncello 

Miwako Ninomiya ) "* '"^ Michael Shahan, Doublebass 

Caroline \^^oron, Viola William Winstead, Harpsichord 



Quartet in F major, K. 370 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro 

Adagio 

Rondo: Allegro 

James Caldwell, Oboe Caroline Woron, Viola 

Hidetaro Suzuki, Violin Robert Newkirk, Violoncello 

Messrs. Caldwell, Light and Gruenebaum: Students of Mr. De Lancie 
Group accompaniments under the supervision of Mr. De Lancie 



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Martial Singner 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty- seventh Season, I96O-6I 

RECITAL BY STUDENTS OF MR. GAL.AMIAN 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 18, I96I at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGEATl 
I 

Sonata in G minor. Giuseppe Tartini 

Adagio 

Non troppo presto 
Largo 

Allegro coiamodo 

Praeludium and Allegro Pugnani - Kreisler 

MIWAKO I^rnMIYA 

II 

Preludio from the Partita in E major.. ...Johann Sebastian Bach 
for violin alone 

Sicilienne. Maria Iheresia von Paradies 

Variations on a thene by Corelli Tartini - Kreisler 

DAVID CERONE 
III 

Concerto No. 5 in A minor. Op. 37 Henri Vieuxtemps 

Allegro non troppo - Adagio - Allegro con fuoco 

VINCENT FRITTSLLI 
IV 

Sonata No. 3 in D major... • Jean-Marie Leclair 

Un poco andante 
Allegro 

Sarabande: Largo 

Tambour in: Presto '* 

UNDA SHARON 

First movement from the Concerto 

in D major, Op. 35 Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky 

Allegro moderato 

CHAPXES CASTLFMlAN 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
CYNTHIA HOOTON, Violin 

Student Recital by 

Cherry Rhodes, Organ 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 19, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



I 



Choral No. 1 in E major Cesar Franck 

Fugue a la gigue Johann Sebastian Bach 

CHERRY RHODES 



II 



Sonata in G minor, "Devil's Trill" Tartini-Kreisler 

Larg-hetto— allegro energico — allegro assai 

Introduction and Rondo capriccioso. Op. 28. . . .Camille Saint-Saens 
CYNTHIA HOOTON 



Miss Hooton: Student of Miss Reynolds 
Miss Rhodes: Student of Dr. McCwdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
ALLEN KINDT, Piano 

GLENN JANSON, French Horn 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 21, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Sonata in Eb major Joseph Haydn 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio 

Allegro 

Impromptu in A6 major, Op. 29 "j , , 

Impromptu in F# major, Op. 36 > Frederic Chopin 

Ballade in A6 major. Op. 47 j 

L'isle joyeuse Claude Debussy 

ALLEN KINDT 



n 



Trio in E6 major. Op. 40 Johannes Brahms 

Andante 

Scherzo: Allegro 
Adagio mesto 

Finale: Allegro con brio 



GLENN JANSON, French Horn 

JULIA JANSON, Violin 
ARTHUR FENNIMORE, Piano 

Mk. Janson: Student of Mr. Jones 
Mr. Kindt: Student of Mr. Luvisi 



THE CURTIS I TJ S T I T U T E OF M U 3 I C 

Curtis Hall, Thirty- seventh Season I96C - 61 

Monday and Tuesday Afternoon, April 24- & 25, 1961 at 5 J 00 o'clock 

Two Workshop Performances 
of 

"COSl FAN rJTTE" 
(Women are like that) 

An Opera in two acts 
Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte 
Music by W. A. Mozart 
English version by Ruth and Thomas Martin 

Ihe action takes place in Naples, in the XVIIIth Century 

Monday April 24., I96I Tuesday April 25, 1961 

Patti Jean Thompson. , .Fiordiligi,. .Patti Jean 'Ihon5)son 

Mary Burgess Dorabella. . . .Mary Burgess 

Judith Blegen Despina. ..... Judith Blegen 

Alex Perkins Ferrando Otto Townsend 

George Myers Guglielmo. . . . John Wiseman 

David Hottmann Don Alfonso. . John West 

Opera »;orkshop Chorus 



-rchestra Personnel 

Charles Castleman, Violin William Webster, Oboe 

Takaoki Sugitani, Violin Dean Miller, Flute 

Cynthia Field, Viola Loren Kitt, Clarinet 

Robert Hewkirk, Violoncello John LaSalandra, Bassoon 

Michael Shah^tii, Double bass John Mason, Horn 

Reduction for small orchestra 

William "Webster 

Musical Director 
E li zabe th We s tmor e land 

Stage Director 
Martial Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 196061 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

BETTY WINN BARNES, Piano 

ROBERT NEWKIRK, Violoncello 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 28, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Sonata in Afe major. Op, 110 LuDwic van Beethoven 

Moderato cantabile, molto espressivo 
Allegro molto 

Adagio, ma non troppo 

Fuga: Allegro, ma non troppo — L'istesso tempo di arioso — jj 

L'istesso tempo della fuga poi a poi di nuovo vivente 

BETTY WINN BARNES 
II 

Sonata for violoncello and piano Claude Debussy 

Prologue 

Serenade et Finale 

Concerto in A minor, Op. 129 Robert Schumann 

Nicht zu schnell 
Langsam 

Etwas lebhafter 

ROBERT NEWKIRK 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano -^ 



III 



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Alleluia in form of Toccata Louise Talma ,x 

Phantasie, Op. 17 Robert Schumann 

Durehaus phantastich und leidenschaflich vorzutragen, 
Massig. Durehaus energisch. 

Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten. 'X» 

BETTY WINN BARNES 



Miss Barnes: Student of Mr. Horszowaki 
Mr. Newkirk: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 1960-61 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

ARTHUR FENNIMORE, Piano 

NOEL SNYDER, Violoncello 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 2, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Etude in B6 minor, Op. 8 No 11 ) Alexander Scriabin 

Etude in C# minor. Op. 42, No. 5 ) 

Gaspard de la nuit Maurice Ravel 

Ondine _ 

Le Gibet " 

Scarbo 

ARTHUR FENNIMORE 

u 



Sonata No. 3 in A minor Antonio Vivaldi 

Largo 

Allegro 
Largo 

Allegro 

NOEL SNYDER, Violoncello 

Marion Zarzeczna at the piano 

.U 

III 

rt 
Concerto in A minor, Op. 102 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro , 

Andante ^ 

Vivace non troppo 

NOEL SNYDER, Violoncello . 

HiDETARO Suzuki, Violin 
Marion Zarzeczna at the piano 

Mr. FENNIMORE: student of Mr. Serkin 
Mb. Snyder: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-SEVENTH SEASON — 196061 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
OKSANA JULIETTA SOWIAK, Contralto 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Student Recital by 
Peter Sebkin, Piano 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 5, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Forest Scenes, Op. 82 Robert Schumann 

Entrance — Hunter on the watch — Solitary Flowers — Haunted Spot — 
Pleasant Landscape — Roadside Inn — The Prophet Bird — Hunting 
Song — Farewell. 

PETER SERKIN 



II 

Lamento di Arianna Claudio Monteverdi 

(Transcribed by Respighi) 

Du bist die Ruh [ 

D. T7 11 C Franz Schubert 

le torelle ) 

Two songs for alto with viola obbligato, Op. 91.. Johannes Brahms 

Gestillte Sehnsucht 
Geistliches Wiegenlied 

OKSANA JULIETTA SOWIAK 
Caroline Woron, Viola 



III 

Melancholy ) Frederic Chopin 

Maiden s Wish ) 

Les Berceaux Gabriel Faure 

El vito Fernando Obradors 

Lullaby Modest Moussorgsky 

Three Songs (Poems of Edna St. Vincent M illayj .. .Efrem Zimbalist 

Rain comes down 

Mariposa 

One, two, three 

OKSANA JULIETTA SOWIAK 

Miss Sowiak: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mb. Serkin: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mr. Luvisi 



THE 

CURTIS 
INSTITUTE 

OF 

MUSIC 

PHILADELPHIA 




Twenty-eighth Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 



Curtis Hall • Philadelphia • Pennsylvania 

Saturday, May Thirteenth 

Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-one 



ORDER OF CEREMONIES 



ORGAN PRELUDES 



Prelude in A minor 
Jesu, meine Freude 
Erbarm' dich mein, o Herre Gott 



JoHANN Sebastian Bach 



"0, Welt, ich muss dich lassen" Johannes Brahms 

GRADUATE PROCESSION 

Trumpet Voluntary Henry Purcell 

Alexander McCurdy, Mus.D. 

INTRODUCTION 
President Mary Curtis Zimbalist, Mus.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. 

PRESENTATION OF THE SPEAKER 
The Honorable Curtis Bok, L.H.D. 

ADDRESS 

LOREN C. ElSELEY, Ph.D., LL.D., D.Sc. 

Provost, University of Pennsylvania 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 
President Mary Curtis Zimbalist 
Director Efrem Zimbalist, Mus.D. 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 
The President 
The Director 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Finale from Grande piece symphonique Cesar Franck 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

DIPLOMAS 

Voice 
David Charles Hottmann 

(B.M., Oberlin Conservatory of Music) 

Andrea Gay Kasen Oksana Julietta Sowiak 

Piano 
Arthur Fennimore Susan Starr 

Organ 
Richard Travis Bouchett 

(B.M., University of Oklahoma) 

Richard Lynn Cummins 

(B.M., Westminister Choir College) 

Violin 

Julia Watson Janson Linda Fraser Just 

James Thomas Keene Sheldon Lampert 

Violoncello 
Robert Alan Newkirk Noel Friedrich Ralph Snyder 

Oboe 
James B. Caldwell 

Bassoon 
Mary Suzanne Bourns John W. Crockett 

Horn 
Glenn E, Janson 

Trombone 
Douglas Wayne Edelman 

Double Bass 
Robert Lucian Cerulli 

Composition 
Allen King Cooper, Jr. 



DEGREES IN COURSE 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Piano 
Betty Winn Barnes Allen Franssen Kindt 

MiCHI ISHIKAWA TaSHJIAN 

Violin 
Cynthia Hooton 

Violoncello 
Fortunato Patrizio Arico 

Clarinet 
Carmine Campione 

Bassoon 
Susan Willoughby Edwards 



Marshal 
Constant Vauclain, Mus.M., Ph.D. 

Assistant Marshals 
Frank Ell Dean Miller 

Jay Light Rodney Stenborg 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRT Y-EIGHTH SE ASON — 1 961 -62 



FACULTY RECITAL 
MR. EFREM ZIMBALIST 

MR. VLADIMIR SOKOLOFF at the Piano 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 27, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 



PROGRAM 



I 

Sonata for violin and piano in C minor. Op. 30, No. 2 

LuDwic VAN Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 

Adagio cantabile 
Scherzo: Allegro 
Finale: Allegro 

Romance in G major. Op. 40 | , _, 

jy • f • r\ rn [ LuDwiG VAN Beethoven 

Romance m r major. Op. 50 ) 

n 

Sonate, Op. 27, No. 3 (Ballade) Eugene Ysaye 

for violin alone 
Caprice ( d'apres I'etude en forme de valse de Saint-Saens) 

Eugene Ysaye 
Moto perpetuo. Op. 11 NiccoLO Paganini 



Elizabeth Westmoreland 
Stage Director 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON — 1961-62 

FACULTY RECITAL BY 
MR. RUDOLF SERKIN 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 15, 1961 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Sonate pathetique in C minor, Op. 13 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Grave— Allegro di molto e con brio 
Adagio cantabile 
Rondo: Allegro 

II 

Sonata in G major, Op. 31, No. 1 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro vivace 

Adagio grazioso 

Rondo: Allegretto 

III 

Variations and Fugue on a theme by Bach, Op. 81 Max Regeh 



Elizabeth Westmoreland 
Stage D i rector 
I Martial Singher 



THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF 

THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESENTS 

THE OPERA DEPARTMENT OF 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

AT HOUSTON HALL AUDITORIUM 

Monday and Tuesday Evenings, November 20 (S/ 21, 196! at 8j30 o'clock 

In Two Workshop Performances 
of 

'•COS I FAN TUTTE" 
(Women are like that) 

An Ooera in two acts 
Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte 
Music by W. A. Mozart 
English version by Ruth and Thomas Martin 

The action takes place in Naples, in the XVIIIth Century 

Monday November 20, 1961 Tuesday November 21, 1961 

|, Sue Leider Fiordiligi Sue Leider 

P AAary Burgess. .Dorabella Mary Burgess 

Judith Blegen Despina Judith Blegen 

Alex Perkins Ferrando Otto Townsend 

Rodney Stenborg Guglielmo John Wiseman 

David Hottmann ...Don Alfonso John 'Vest 

Opera Workshop Chorus 

Orchestra Personnel 

,Shmuel Ashkenasi, Violin / wi I I iam Webster, Oboe 

- Miwako Ninomiya, Violin -Dean Miller, Flute 

.. Lynn Blakeslee, Violin ' Loren Kitt, Clarinet 

•Takaoki Sugitani, Violin • John LaSalandra, Bassoon 

i' Jane Field, Viola -'John Mason, Horn 
. Diane Mather, Violoncello Michael Shahan, Doublebass 

Reduction for small orchestra 

by 

Wi I I iam Webster 

Musical Director 

Elizabeth Westmoreland 

Stage Director 

I Martial Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Thirty-eighth Season - 1961-62 

Student Recital 

Mar i oar a Trifan, Piano 

William G, WwClcLan, Jr., Baritone 

Tuesday Afternoon, December 5> 1961 at 5? 15 o* clock 

PROGP-AM 
I 

Sonata in G major. Op, lU, No. 2»,» Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro 
Andante 

Scherzo: Allegro assai 

Impromptu, Op. posth. 14-2, No. A (D93$ ) •••• .Franz Schubert 

MAPJOARA TRIFAN 
II 

Invocation et hymne au soleil. •••••.••• Jean- Philippe Rameau 

from "Les Indes Galantes" 

Tambourin • • Julien Tiersot 

Rivolgete a lui (K584.). . •....•••• .....W, A. Mozart 

Der Lindenbaum \ „ , , 

Rastlose Liebe -^ ^^^^^ Schubert 

V/ILLIAl-1 G* WOPia^IAN, JR. 
Mr. Vladimir Sokolofi at the piano 

Miss Tr if an:... Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr, Worlcman: ... Student of Vir* Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Ciirtis Kail, Thirty-eighth Season - 1961-62 



Recital by Oboe Students of 
llr, Jol'iH de Lancie 

Thursday afternoon, December 14.> 1961 at 5'15 o'clock 

Adagio. •.••••••• Gustave Vogt 

William Webster, Oboe 

Jay Light, Oboe 

Fred Gruenebaum, English horn 



Adagio, K. An, II, 94- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Fred Gruenebaum, English horn 
Hidetaro Suzuki, Violin I 

Hai-eun Hyun, Violin II 
RHe«ei-Sffii*hr-Vieieft«eiie- 
Robert Martin Violoncello 

Patterns •••«••.•••• .Louis Gesensway 

IVilliam 'webster. Oboe 
Jude V/eoster, Harp 



Romance .•.•,,••,....•.... Philippe Gaubert 

Fred Gruenebaum, English horn 

- Leah Ilcllman , Piano 
Richard Goode 

Two pieces ...•••f.... • .Gordon Jacob 

William Vtebster, Oboe 

Jay Light, Oboe 

Fred Gruenebaum, English horn 



V . ■.<«.*♦.,« 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSI 
Curtis Hall, ^Xhirty-eighth Season - 1961-1962 



Recital by Students of 

Mr, Jascha Brodsky 

in Chamber i-Iusic 

Hidetaro Suzuki, Violin Cynthia Field, Viola 
Takaoki Sugitani, Violin Noel Snyder, Cello 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 10, 1962 at 5^15 o'clock 



PROGRAM 

I 

Quartet No. 3, Op, 22 Paul Hindemith 

I. Fugato: Sehr langsame Viertel 
II, Schnelle Achtel: Sehr energisch 
III, Puhige Viertel: Stets fliessend 
IV. Massig schnelle Viertel 
V, Rondo: Gemachlich und mit Grazie 



II 

Quartet in C sharp minor. Op, 131 Luc^wig van Beethoven 

I, Adagio, ma non troppo e molto espressivo 

II, Allegro molto vivace 

III, Allegro moderate 

rv. Andante, ma non troppo e molto cantabile 

V, Presto 

VI, Adagio quasi un poco andante 

VII, Allegro 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASO N — 1961-62 



GRADUATION RECITAL By 
TAKAOKI SUGITANI, Violin 

STUDENT RECITAL By 
WALTER HILLSMAN, Organ 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 17, 1962 AT 5:16 O'CLOCK 



Program 



I 



Prelude and Fugue in D major Johann Sebastian Bach 

Choral No. 1 in E major Cesar Fhanck 

Walter Hillsman 



n 



Concerto Gregoriano (1921) Ottorino Respichi 

Andante tranquillo 

Andante espressivo e sostenuto 

Finale (Alleluia) : Allegro energico 

Takaoki Sucitani 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

Mr. Sucitani : Student of Mr. Eto and Mr. Zimbalist 
Mr. Hillsman : Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON — 1961-62 



GRADUATION RECITAL By 
RAYMOND MABRY, Organ 

STUDENT RECITAL By 
LYNN BLAKESLEE, Violin 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 31, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 



Program 



I 

Concerto in D minor (after Vivaldi) Johann Sebastian Bach 

Introduction 
Grave 
Fuga 

Largo e spiccato 
Final 

EpUogue on a theme of Frescobaldi for pedal solo . . . Jean Langlais 

Prelude and fugue in G minor Marcel Dupre 

Raymond Mabry 



n 

Concerto in D major. Op. 35 Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky 

Allegro moderato 

Andante (Canzonetta) 
Allegro vivacissimo 

Lynn Blakeslee 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 



Mr. Mabry: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Miss Blakeslee: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALT^ THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON - 1961-62 

STUDENT CONCERT 

CUR'lIS STrj^G ENSEI^LE 
Under the direction of Mr. WILLIAM SMITH 

ELIN FR;iZIE"^, Trunpet 
GLEN H. BOV/Li:iG, Trumpet 

THURSDAY AFTEPUOCN, FEBRUARY 8, 1962 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAil 

Two piece s from "H e nry V 'S-»-i-r , William Walton— 

Sus.%.. YUc.vH3^Tl>'i<^ ' String Ens e mbl e - Mr . -Smith- ^r^.^,^ ic^tl ,e(^.,:...t 

Concertino for Trumpet and Strings. . .Knudage Riisager * ^_^ 
Allegro, Andantino semplice. Rondo vivace. 

ELIN FPJIZIER, TRL^MPET SOLO 
String Ensemble - Mr. Smith 

iol Suite .... . . r^ • .... • •-• r.-ri-.-.-.-* i .-Peter^4»a rlock 

• 1. Basse-dance. 2. P avan o * 3»— T ordi on^ — i , n f 
souvlfVlam^s '^loL^-^^ .-4^-Pieds-e-i3^aiai4W-^— Idattachins. ^'■^k-'^v^^^^ "^ ^^U^^.v-.^x 
M (Puv.u^Ua.., C(.o^ ~S^T±1^ Ensemble - Mr. Smith.- i^':iii-.^-,si^^^, ^^^^^^ 

Septet, Op. 65 Camille Saint-Saens M i ^ ^^^^ 

Preambule. Menuet. Intermede. Gavotte et final. 

GLEN K. BOVvLING, TRUMPET 
Sergiu Luca, Violin 
William Haroutounian, Violin 
Ann Woodward, Viola 
Russell Smith, Violoncello 
Michael Shahan, Double Bass 
Joan Dolgonos, Piano 

Miss FRAZIER and Mr. BOWLING: Students of Mr. Krauss 




THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON - iQ^l-*^^ 

STUDENT HECITAL by 

WILLI .^^I :TAP!0UT'^UNIA.N, Violin 

GEOKGE KiEI\3j Baritone 

and 

Clim^Eli IRIO 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 20, 1962 at 5:15 0^ CLOCK 

PROGPLAII 

I 

Concerto No. 5 in A ninor, Op, 37 Henri Vieuxterjps 

Allegro non trcppo - Adagio- Allegro con fuoco 

WILLIAM R\i^.OUTOUNIAN 
Mr. Viadimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Recitative and aria from Samson.. ..George Frederic Handel 
"Thy glorious deeds" 

Die sch'one Mullerin........ •••-....... Franz Schubert 

Wohini' ^JT^ Feierabend 

Haiti Der Neugierige 

Danksagung an den Bach Me in'. 

La Belle Jounesse Francis Poulenc 

GEORGE MYERS 
14r. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Sonata No. 2 Claude Debussy 

Pastorsle: j.ento, dolce rubato 
Intei^iude* Te::\i:o di ii^inuetto 
Final; Allec^ro rnoaerato ma risoluto 
DE/-N MIL-.ER, Flute 
CAROIIIlPi v/0^:ON, Viola 
JULE iiOL^aENHAUER .^EBSTE.T, Harp 
Prepared under the direccion of Mr. William Kincaid 

Mr. HarGutL>unian: Student cf Mr. Shumsky 
Mr. Myors: Student of I^. Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON - 1961-62 

STUDENT P:^,CIT;\L by 
MARTA GAHCIA Iffii-JAKlT, Piano 
BOBBIANN KjUNG, SOPRANO 

THURSDAY AFTERl\fOON FEBRU.\RY 22, 1962 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 
Partita No. 2 in C minor, Johann Sebastian Bach 

Sinfonia - Alleraande - Courante- 
Sarabande - Rondo - Capriccio. 

Three Preludes Op. 28.....,.** Frederic Chopin 

No, 1 in C raajor 
No. 2 in A minor 
No. 8 in F# minor 

MART A GARCIA RENART 

li 

del mio dolce ardor. ... .Christ ophe Willibald Gluck 
from Paride ed Elena 

Die junge Nonne v Franz Schubert 

An die Musik j 
^ 

Nocturne v ....•••.• Samuel Barber 

The Daisies; 

Sola, perduta •••••••• •••••••Giacoino Puccini 

from Manon Lescaut 

BOBBIAM YnUNG 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Garcia: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mrs* Sokoloff 
Miss Youngs Student of Madame Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON - 1961-62 

S-iUDENI PECITAL by 
ZEYDA RUGA, Piano 
HIDETARO SUZUKI, Violin 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 27, 1962 at 5:15 0» CLOCK 

PROGPAT^ 

I 

Chaconne. •••••.* Johann Sebastian Bach 

HIDETARO SUZUia 

II 

Sonata in C minor. Op. 10, IJo.l ..Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro molto e con brio 
Adagio molto 

Finale: Prestissimo 

Etude in Bb minor. Op. 4, No. 3 • . • Karol Szymanowski 

Etude in &o major. Op. 10, No. 5 Frederic Chopin 

ZSYLA RUGA 

III 

Three Movements from the 

Concert Suite, Op. 28 Sergei Ivanovich Taneiev 

Praludium 
Mar Chen 

Tema con variazioni 

Melody, Op. 4.2, No. 3 \ Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky 

Waltz-Scherzo, Op. 34/' 

HIDET.IRO SUZUKI 

1^. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Ruga: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Suzuki; Student of I^lr. Zimbalist 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, T HIR T Y- EI G H TH SEAS ON — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

BY 
ROBERT MOORE, Trombone 

Under the direction of 
MR. CHARLES GUSIKOFF 



MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 5, 1962 

AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 



mbb bA:--iiAi;A ta-KL^w: at-udent of i^lr. iDerkin & l-'ir. Luvisi 



PROGRAM 



Concertino d'hiver Darius Milhaud 

John Melbt 

Eugene Pridonoff, Piano 

II 

Prelude from the Cello Suite No. 4 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Transcribed for trombone by Charles Gusikoff 

Jay Shanman 

III 

Concerto No. 2 for Waldhorn Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Transcribed for tuba by Charles Gusikoff 

Donald Blakeslee 
Eugene Pridonoff, Piano 

IV 

Concerto in F minor Georg Friedrich Handel 

Transcribed for trombone by Charles Gusikoff 

Robert Moore 

Julius Eastman, Piano 



Andante from Symphony No. 3 Camille Saint-Saens 

Transcribed for four trombones and tuba by Charles GusikofF 

Roger Janssen, John Melby, Robert Moore 
and Jay Shanman, Trombones, Donald Blakeslee, Tuba 



VI 

JUBILATE DEO, a Sacred Symphony Giovanni Gabbieli 

for eight-part chorus with brass choir and organ 



Sopranos 

Judith Blecen 
Mary Burgess 

Altos 

Mary Ann Miller 
Kathleen Basler 

Horns 

Richard Dolph 
David Grey 
William Capps 
John Mason 
Nolan Miller 

Trumpets 

Glen Bowling 
Roger Penning 
Edwin McCoy 
Richard Giangiulio 
Elin Frazier 



Tenors 

Otto Townsend 
Vahan Khanzadian 

Basses 

Rodney Stenborc 
John West 

Trombones 

Robert Moore 
Jay Shanman 
Roger Janssen 
John Melby 

Tuba 
Donald Blakeslee, 

Timpani 
David Frerichs, 

Organ 
Cherry Rhodes, 



Messrs. Moore, Janssen, Melby, Shanman and Blakeslee: 
Students of Mh. Gusikoff 



Mitjb aki-a !\:iA i-iU^iLihJW; atudent of Mr, Serkin & r-ir. Luvisi 



rx A T->T^T7lT 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS EALL, T HI PTY- -EIGHTH SEASON - I96I-62 

STUDENT PaC]"T.\L by 
KATKU'E:! BAS^.l'^, Contralto 
SIMJ'L ASK-;;J.''3I, Violin 
lEDNESDAY AFTERi:a3N, M/.HCL 7, 1962 at $;15 o'clock 

PROGKM 

I 

Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 19 Serge Prokof ieff 

Andantino 

Scherzo: Vivacissimo 
Moderato 

SK4UEL ASP^KENASI 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 
Che faro senza Euridice ....«.,,«- Christophe Willibald Gluck 

Recitative and aria from "Orfeo" 

V/eit ilber das Feld» . . , o • Johannes Brahms 

Ach, wende diesen Blick, o . . « . « « Johannes Brahms 

Alto Rhapsody, Op. 33 o . o » Johannes Brahms 

For contralto and mala chorus 

Alex Perkins \ John Wiseman 1. 

Vahan Khanzadian f ^'^^^^^^ Jolm West /Basses 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

-r-r-r 
XI 1 

Caprice Op, 1 No. 9 >.......... Niccolo Paganini 

Caprice Op, 1 No. 17 o«., . .^ficr^olo Pat^'ar.ini 

For violin alone 

Grande Etude No. 6 for violin alone Reinrich Wilhelm Ernst 

(Concert Variations on "The last rose of summer") 

SKIUEL ASHIffiNASI 

Miss Easier: Student of Madame Gregory 
Mr. Asnkenasi: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



Ml5i3 bAj'-t^-li^A i'iLt'^UiiJK: Student of Mr. Serkin & Mr. Luvisl 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASO N — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 
JOHN WEST, Basso 

STUDENT RECITAL By 
WILLIAM P. FENIMORE III, Organ 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 9, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

Choral in A minor Cesau Fhamck 

William P. Fenimore, III 

II 

Le tambour major Ambkoise Thomas 

From Le Ca'id 

III 

Vier ernsle Gesiinge, Op. 121 Johamves Brahms 

1. Denn es gehet 

2. Ich wandte mich 
3. O Tod, o Tod 

4. Wenn ich mit Menschen 

IV 

Cherry ripe j 

Willow tree / Ned Rorem 

To Daisies } 

V 

Creon's Aria Igor Stravinsky 

From Oedipus Rex 

John West 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

Mr. Fenimore: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. West: Student of Mr. Singher 



Mliit) bAr'bAi^A liLt'^C^w. student Of Mr. Serkin & Mr. Ln.visi 

lifts UA-nT-iT^T T . 04-..J r -.^'» Tl/T-,^ D^«^ r^^A T.^-v> O^l^ 



THE C U P T I S I K S T I *r U T E OF MUSIC 

CuPTIS HALL, THIl^^Y-FIGHTH SEASON 1961-62 

STUL'^NT TECITAL by 
JUDITH BU^GEH, Soprano 
BA^;BA:pA BLF-H^IN, Piano 
LYNN KAI'PELL, Vioi.oncello 
TUESDAY AFTEP-^IOON MARCH 13, i9o2 at 3:13 O'CLOCK 

PKGGI^AM 

I 

Sinf onia-Concertante, Op. 125 Serge Prokofiev 

Andante 

Allegro giusto 
Andante con inoto 

LYltJ HAPHELL 
Marion Zarzeszna at the Piano 

II 

Jauchzet Gott in alien Landen Johann Sebastian Bach 

Aria frcm Cantata Ijo. 31 

Das Veilchen \ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Der Zauberer j 

Thenie and Variations Heirjrich Proch 

<^^®®" \ Claude Debussy 

Fantoches ( 

Lullaby. .'. Cyril Scott 

At the Well Fichard Hageman 

JUDITH BLEGEN 
Barbara Elet:en at the piano 

III 
Sonata in Eb maj or. Op. 27, No. 1. . . . , . - ^nn^ig van Beethoven 

Andante 

Allegro moito e vivace 
Adagio con espressione 
Allegro vivace 

Etude in C# minor. Op. 10, No./^ Frederic Chopin 

Gnomenreigen ^ Franz Liszt 

BAP£;\I:A BLEGEN 

mSS JLTDITH BLEGEN: Student of I%ie. Gregory 
MISS BARBARA BLEGEN: Sti:dent of Mjt. Serkin & Mr. Luvisi 
Ma^ HARPELL: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SE ASON-1961.62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 

VERNON EWAN and DAVID FRERICHS, Percussion 

PETER F. KERN, Flute 

Assisted by 

Diane Mather, Violoncello 

Robert Martin, Violoncello 

Richard Goode, Piano 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 15, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

Qigue JoHANN Sebastian Bach 

For Marimba solo 

Hejre Rati Jeno Hubay 

For Marimba and Piano 

Concert AsiaUque Henri Tomasi 

For Percussion and Piano 

Vernon Ewan 

II 

Sonata in G minor, Op. 13a, No. 6 Antonio Vivaldi 

Vivace 

Fiiga a capella 
Largo 

Allegro ma non presto 

First movement from Concerto No. 1 in G major 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro maestoso 

Concert Royal Francois Couperin 

Largo, Allemande, Gavotte, Musette, Rigaudon, Forlane en rondeau 

Fantaisie, Op. 79 Gabriel Faure 

Peter Kern 



[ Johann Sebastian Bach 



III 

Bouree 

Gigue 

Marimba solo 

Caprice Viennois Fritz Kreisler 

Marimba and Piano 

Rythmic, Op. 70 Eugene Bozza 

Percussion and Piano 

David Frerichs 
IV 

Discussion David Amran 

Flute, Violoncello, Piano and Percussion 
David Frerichs and Vernon Ewan 

Mr. Kern: Student of Mr. Kincaid 
Messrs. Frerichs and Ewan: Students of Mr. Hinger 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THRTY-EIGIITli SEASOil 1961-62 

STUDENT PECIT4L by 

MRY MNOTT BJRGKSS, Mezzo-soprano 

JOAN DOLGONOSj Piano 

JOKIJ WISEMAN, Baritone 

Assisted by 

Richard Goode, Piano CjTithia Field, Viola 

Miuako Ninosiya, Violin Robert Martin, Violoncello 

Takaoki Sugitani, Violin Noel Snyder, Violoncello 

William Webster, Oboe 
Tuesday Afternoon, March 20, 1962 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Variations on a theme of Corelli. .Sergei Rachmaninoff 

JO/iIv DOLGONOS 
II 
Gelobet sei der Herr, from Cantata No. 129. . .J. S. Bach 

Oboe obbligato, William Webster 

Ahl Spietatol from /imadigi.o^ . .George Frederic Handel 

M^RY KI^JGTT BURGESS 

Mr. Vladimir Sckoloff at the Piano 

III 

My dear, my Amphitrite ...a<.. Henry Pur cell 

Recitative and aria of Neptune from "The Tempest" 
Kai gia vinta la causai-Vedro mentr' io, from "Figaro" 

Recitative & aria of Count Almaviva W.A. Mozart 

JOHN WISEMAI^" 

Mr. Vladiiiiir SoKcloff at the piano 

IV 

La bonne Chanson (Verlaine J ^ Gabriel Faure 

1. Une Saints 2. Puis que l*aube.3.La lune blanche. 
4.. J'allais.5. J'ai presque.o.Avant que tu.V.Donc, 
ce serao8.N*est-ce pasi9.L'hiver a cesse. 
JOHil U1SE1L4N- Accompanied by Piano Quintet 

V 

II Tramonto. Ottorino P^spighi 

For Voice and String Quartet 

MA^'Y ]-c:i:::tt burgess 

Kiss BURGESS: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Miss DGLGONOS: Student of ^-'Ir. Serkin «nd Mrs, Sokal^ff 
Mr. WI3E!>4^Ii Stuaent oi" Mr. Singhei- 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 

SUSAN MORRIS, Flute 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

ARLENE PORTNEY, Piano 

TRUDY WALLACE, Soprano 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

Sonata in D major, K576 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegretto 

Romance No. 3 in B major. Op. 28 Robert Schumann 

Arlene Portney 

II 

Sonata Benedetto Marcello 

Adagio- Allegro-Largo- Allegro 

Reverie and Petite Valse Andre Caplet 

Airs de ballet d'Ascanio Camille Saint-Saens 

Susan Morris 

III 

With verdure clad Joseph Haydn 

From "The Creation" 

Verborgenheit / „ __ 

^ Hugo Wolf 



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O wiisst ich doch den Wegj , „ 

JOHANNES Brahms 



Auch kleine Dinge 

Meine Liebe ist griin ) ' 

L'altra notte in fondo al mare Arrigo Boito 

From "Mefistofele" 

Trudy Wallace 

IV 

Sonata in D major, Op. 94 Serge Prokofiev 

Andantino 

Allegretto scherzando 
Andante 

Allegro con brio 

Susan Morris 

Miss Portney: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 

Miss Morris: Student of Mr. Kincaid 
Miss Wallace: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 
CAROLINE WORON, Viola 

MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 26, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 



Program 



Sonata in F minor. Op. 120, No. 1 Johannes Brahms 

Allejrro appassionato 
Andante un poco adagio 
Allegretto grazioso 
Vivace 

Caroline Woron 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 



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Quartet in A minor, Op. 132 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Assai sostenuto 
Allegro 

Allegro ma non tanto 

Molto adagio (Canzona di ringraziamento in modo lidico) 
Alia marcia, assai vivace 
Allegro appassionato 

Miwako Ninomiya, Violin Caroline Woron, Viola 

Lynn Blakeslee, Violin Diane Mather, Violoncello 



Students of Mr. Jascha Brodsky in Chamber Music 
Caroline Woron: Student of Mr. Aronoff 



THE CURTIS INSTll-U'lS OF MUSIC 

SiM?F0N7 nFC:^S7?A 

William P. Cmith, Corductor- 

UNIVErSITY OF ?tMSXlN.i^:J \ ^^aSEUII 
Tuesday Evening ITai^ch 27, 19^'v ar 8:15 o'clock 

I 
Overture to "The Mapic Flute"... '.JolfY:anr, Amad-;us I'ozart 

II 
Vedrc mentr' io scspiro, .WoliV^^an;: Pmedeus I^iozart 

ReciLative and aria from "The Ilarriage of Fi^arc" 
Pie ta, riGpetto, a-iiorc- Giuseppe Verdi 

From "Macbetli" 

Fodnev Stenborg, Baritone 

III 

SjTTiphony No. 29 in A najor, K.2"l Wolfganir.- Ariadeus Mozart 

Allegro mode ra to 
Andanxe 
Menuetto 
Allegro con spirit© 

InterLiisE-lcn 



IV 



A 



P^^^-y-^ \ Henri Duparc 

Chanson triste j 

Alexander pLrkins, '"enor 

V 

Au fond du temple saint Georges Bizet 

Duet xroni "ihe Pearl Fishers" 

.Alexander Perkins and Rodney Stonoorg 

VI 
Fanfare from "La Peri " o Paul Dukas 

VII 
Suite "Ma Mere 1' Oye " .,....,, Maurice Ravel 

1. Prelude at L^'ance du ilouet et Scene 

2. Pavane do la Belle au Bois dormant 

3. Petit Poucet 

4. Laidercnnette, Imtjeratrice des Fa4c>*^-S 

5. Les entretiens de Ta Belle et de la bote 

6. Le jardin fee ri que. 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 
ALEXANDER PERKINS, Tenor 

STUDENT RECITAL By 
RICHARD DARNE, Organ 
LAMBERT ORKIS, Piano 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 28, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

Fantasie and Fugue in G minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Dialogue sur les mixtures Jean Lanclais 

From "Suite Breve" 

Richabo Dabne 

n 

Gavotta in D minor Domenico Scarlatti 

Intermezzo in B minor. Op. 119, No. 1 Johannes Brahms 

Preludes Claude Debussy 

La danse de Puck 
Ondine 

Le vent dans la plaine 
La serenade interrc«npue 



Valse-Impromptu in Ab 
Etude de Concert in F m 



V Franz Liszt 

inor I 



Lambert Orkis 



in 

Cantata d'amore Bernardo Pasquini 

l^'^^^^ . ( Henri DuPARC 

Chanson triste ) 

> Richard Strauss 

[ Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky 



Sehnsucht 
Liebeshymnus 

At tbe Ball 
Why? 

Here beauty dwells 



. , , , Sergei Rachmaninoff 

I wait for thee 



1 

Alexander Perkins 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 



Mr. Darne: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Orkis: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Perkins: Student of Mr. Sincher 

Group accompaniments supervised by Mr. Delancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGIITII SEASO N — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 

MICHAEL SHAHAN, Double-bass 

STUDENT RECITAL By 

PETER SERKIN, Piano 

OTTO TOWNSEND, Tenor 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 30, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 
I 

Chromatic fantasy and fugue Joiiann Sebastian Bach 

4 Impromptus Fkrdehic Chopin 

Ab major. Op. 29— F# major. Op. 36— Gb major, Op. 51— C# minor. Op. fifi 

Pkter Skrkin 

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Sonata in A major JoHANN Ernst Calliard 

TrariHcribfcl by William Smith 

Lento — AlleKro- -Andante tcncrnmento — Allejtro Hi>irito80 

Second movement from Concerto Serge Koussevitsky 

Andante 

Michael Shaman 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

III 

Pieta Signore Alessandro Stradella 

Ridente la calma Wolfgang Amadeus Mozaht 

La danza Gioacchino Rossini 

Icli trage meinc Minne Richaho Strauss 

Standi-hcn Richard Strauss 

Morgen! Richard Strauss 

Violin obbligato by Sally O'Reilly 
NcHHun donna ! GlACOMO PucciNl 

From "Turandot" 

Otto Tow n si; in » 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

IV 

Divertimento in C major Michael IIaydn 

Michael Shahan, Double-bass 
Takaoki Sugitani, Violin 
Diank Mather, Violoncello 

Mr. Serkin: Student of Mr. Serkin, Mr. Hor.szowski and Mr. Luvisi 

Mr. Shahan : Student of Mr. Scott 

Mr. Townend: Student of Mr. Singher 



Ghoui' accompaniments supervised uy Mr. Delancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASO N — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 
LEAH MELLMAN, rinm, 

STUDENT RECITAL B> 

BARBARA HASPEL, .So/,mno 

CLYN BARRUS, Viola 

MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 2, 1962 \T i:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 
I 

Sonata in F minor, Op. 57 I.i i>wic van Beethoven 

Allegro assai 

Andante con moto 

Allegro ma non troppo 

Leah Mellman 

11 

Suite Hebraique Ernest Block 

1. Rapsodie. 2. Processional. 3. Affirmation. 

Clyn Barrus 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the I'iano 

III 

Del mio core Franz Joseph Haydn 

V'adoro pupille Ceorce Frederic Handel 

Und gestern hat er mir Rosen gebracht / Joseph Marx 

Marienlied ) 

My lovely Celia George Monro 

O waly, waly Benjamin Britten 

II est doux, il est bon Jules Massenet 

From "Herodiade" 

Barbara Haspel 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at tlw I'luno 

IV 

Ballade in G minor. Op. 23 Frederic Chopin 

Toccata Maurice Ravel 

From "Le Tombeau de Couperin" 

Leah Mellman 

Miss Haspel: Student of Mr. Sinoher 
Miss Mellman: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Mr. Barrus: Student of Mr. Aronoff 



Group accompaniments supervised by Mr. Delancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 

CORKEY CHRISTMAN, Harp 

STUDENT RECITAL By 

JAY HUMESTON \ 

DAVID COLE > Violoncello 

ELLEN HASSMAN ) 

WILLIAM BURNS, Douhle-bass 
FRIDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 6, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

Requiem, Op. 66 David Popper 

For three violoncellos and piano 

Jay IIumkston, David Cole 

Ellen Hassman 
Peter Sehkin at the Piano 

II 

Concerto in Bb BoccHERiNi-GRijTZMACUEK 

Allegro moderato 

Adagio ( non troppo) 
Rondo 

Jay Humeston 
Peter Serkin at the Piano 

III 

Idyllic poem ^ 

Mirage ? Carlos Salzedo 

Whirlwind } 

Corkey Christman 

IV 

Sonata Henri Eccles 

Grave — Courante — Adagio — Vivace 

William Burns 
Peter Serkin at the Piano 

V 

Scintillation Carlos Salzedo 

Corkey Christman 

Mr. Christman: Student of Miss Coste?i.o 
Mr. Humeston, Mr. Cole and Miss Hassman: Students of Mr. Rosk 

and Mr. Cole 
Mr. Burns: Student of Mr. Scott 



Group accompaniments supervised by Mr. Delancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 

JUDE MOLLENHAUER WEBSTER, Harp 

ROBERT MARTIN, Violoncello 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 13, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 



Senate Paul Hindemith 

Massig schnell 
Lebhaft 

Sehr langsam 

JUDE MoLLENHAUER WeBSTER 



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LuDwiG VAN Beethoven 



Sonata in A major, Op. 69 

Allegro, ma non tanto 
Scherzo : Allegro molto 
Adagio cantablle 
Allegro vivace 



Sonata in F major. Op. 99 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro vivace 

Adagio affettuoso 
Allegro passionato 
Allegro molto 

Robert Martin 
Richard Goode at the Piano 

III 

Concerto in C major, K 299 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro 
Andantino 

Rondo: Allegro 

JuDE Mollenhauer Webster 

Assisted by 
Dean Miller, Flute 



William Webster [ Qj^^^g 



William Capps 



Jay Light S John Mason \ 

Curtis String Orchestra 
Conducted by Mr. William Smith 

Mrs. Webster: Student of Miss Costello 
Mr. Martin: Student of Mr. Rose & Mr. Cole 



Horns 



Group accompaniments supervised by Mr. Delancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASO N — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 

EDWARD MARKS, Clarinet 

STUDENT RECITAL By 

BEATRIZ de MENDONgA LIMA, Piano 

RUSSELL SMITH, Violoncello 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 17, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

6 Moments musicaux, Op. 94 Franz Schubert 

Waltz in Ab major, Op. 42 Frederic Chopin 

Beatriz de Mendonca Lima 

11 

Sonata in F minor. Op. 120, No. 1 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro appassionato 
Andante un poco adagio 
Allegretto grazioso 
Vivace 

EDWARD Marks 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

III 

Sonata in C major. Op. 102, No. 1 Ludwic van Beethoven 

Andante 

Allegro vivace 
Adagio 

Allegro vivace 

Russell Smith 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

IV 

Trio in A minor, Op. 114 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Andante grazioso 
Allegro 

Edward Marks, Clarinet 

Diane Mather, Violoncello 

Marta Garcia Renart, Piano 

Miss Lima: Student of Mr. Horszowski 

Mr. Marks: Student of Mr. Gicliotti 

Mr. Smith: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



Group accompaniments supervised by Mr. Delancie 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASO N — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 

FRED GRUENEBAUM and WILLIAM WEBSTER 

STUDENT RECITAL By 

JAY LIGHT 

OBOE STUDENTS OF MR. DELANCIE 

Assisted by 
JUDITH BLEGEN, Soprano 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 19, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

Concerto in C major 
for 2 oboes, strings and cembalo Antonio Vivaldi 

Allegro — Largo — Allegro 

William Webster and Jay Light, Oboes 

William Haroutounian ly i- Robert Martin, Violoncello 

Hai-eun Hyun ) Michael Shahan, Doublebass 

Caroline Woron, Viola Richard Goode, Cembalo 

11 

Sonata No. 3 in Eb major 

for 2 oboes, cembalo and continue George Frederic Handel 

Adagio — Alia breve — Andante — Allegro 

Fred Gruenebaum and Jay Light, Oboes 
Richard Goode, Cembalo Robert Martin, Continuo 

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4 Blake Songs for voice and oboe Ralph Vauchan Willlams 

Infant joy. The piper. Cruelty has a human heart. Eternity. 

Judith Blecen, Soprano William Webster, Oboe 

IV 

Ronsard a son ame Maurice Ravel 

for voice with accompaniment of 2 oboes and bassoon 

Judith Blecen, Soprano 

William Webster and Jay Light, Oboes 

Thomas Woodhams, Bassoon 

V 

Pastorale Igor Stravinsky 

William Webster, Oboe Fred Gruenebaum, English horn 

Judith Blecen, Soprano Bk>WARD Marks, Clarinet 

William Haroutounian, Violin Thomas Woodhams, Bassoon 

VI 

Trio in C major. Op. 87 
for 2 oboes and English horn LuDWiG van Beethoven 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Menuetto: Allegro molto (Scherzo) 
Finale : Presto 

William Webster and Jay Light, Oboes 
Fred Gruenebaum, English horn 

Group accompaniments supervised by Mr. Delancie 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON — 1961-62 

GRADUATION RECITAL By 
RODNEY STENBORG, Baritone 
WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, Organ 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 26, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

Pastorale Jean Rocer-Ducasse 

Chorale prelude: 

AUein Gott in der Hoh' sei Elr' / j g gj^^, j| 

Prelude and fugue in A minor ) 

William Whitehead 

II 

Recitative and aria from the "St. Matthew Passion" J. S. Bach 

Am Abend, da es kiihle war 
Machedich, mein Herze, rein 

Fyremaal 

Vaaren Edvard Grieg 

Eros 

Songs and Dances of Death Modest Moussorgsky 

Trepak 

Lullaby 

Serenade 

Commander-in-chief 

Rodney Stenborg 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

Mr. Stenborg: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Whitehead: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



I'LT.^ 'LLiii jV i.-.-. Douuerit oi i'jr. rvmcaia 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
TKIBTY-EK^TH SEASON - 1961-62 



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THE OPERA DEPARTl^NT 

PRESENTS 

SCENES FROM OPERAS 

in ROOM II J 

" An open class of the Opera VJorkshop" 

MONDAY AFTEM^fOON, April 30, at $:15 o^ clock 

I» Tosca •••^•^. •••'•»• •*»•.•. ««*««G.. Puccini 

(In Italian) 

Scene from Act I 
Floria Tosca .,,•., .•••^♦^^ •►Barbara Haspel 
Mario Cavaradossi •••••••••• Alexander Perkins 

Place: The Church of Sant* Andrea in Feme* 
Time: June l8oo. 

Synopsis: Mario is painting a religicgrs mural. He has 
given asylum in the church to a political prisoner 
escaped from jail* A blonde lady comes everyday to 
pray. Mario uses her as a model for the Magdelena. 
Ilis mistress, the famous opera singer Tosca, comes 
to visit him. She senses the secret anxie-ty of 
Mario. Before departing at the urging of Mario, 
Tosca is torn between her love for him and her 
jealousy of the blonde model. 

II. Lucia di Lammenaoor(in Italian)... G. Donizetti 

Scene from Act II 

Lucia di Lammermoor ....Judith Blegen 
Lord Henry Ashton, 

her brother. •....John Wiseman 



Place: Scotland 
Time: About 1700 

Synopsis: The noble families of Lammermoor and Ravenswood, 
deadly enemies for many years, have cvom to exterminate 
each other. But Lucia has fallen in love with the only 
member of the enemy clan still alive, Sir Edgard, and re- 
fuses to marry the friend of her family who has long been 
chosen to be her husband. Her brother, trying to make her 
change her mind, forges a letter purporting to prove her 
betrayal by her lover. The brother predicts the ruin of 
their family if she persists in her love. 

III. The Marriage of Figaro W. A, Mozart 

(in English) 

Act I Complete 

Place: Castle of Count Almaviva, in Spain, 
Time: XVIII th Century. 

Figaro, valet to Count Almaviva lAfilliam Workman 

Susanna, fiance'e of Figaro 

and maid to the Countess Trudy Wallace 

Dr. Bartolo, attorney at law John West 

MarcGllina, his houseteeper ..Kathleen Basler 

Chsrubino, page to Count Almaviva. ..I'lary Bur £,ess 

Count /^iTiaviva George Myers 

Dca Basilic, a music teacher,, ,,,,,. Otto Townsend 

Intermission—— 

IV. Boris Goudonov (in English) M. Mussorgsky 

Scenes from Act II 

Place: Apartment of the czar in the Kremlin, Moscow, 
Time: I6O4. 



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Czar Boris ^Jlohn West 

Prince Shuisky, Court Adviser, Otto Townsend 
Czarevich Feodcr, Terri DeLatour 

Synopsis: Boris Goudonov was a minister of Czar 
Eeodor, son of Ivan the Terrible,. He contrived the 
murder of Dmitri, successor to the throne and became 
czar in his stead. But remorse is slowly destroying 
the mind of Czar Boris. His minister Shuisky, who 
in turn plans to overthrow Boris, shrewdly furthers 
the process. 



V, II Tabarro (The cloak) in Italian. ..•G. Puccini 

Second half of the Opera 

Georgietta, 25 years old. . . . . .Bobisnn Young 

Mich.'^le, 50, her husband ..oHcdnfty Stenborg 

Luigi, 20, stevedore Alexander Perkins 

Two young lovers 

Patricia Hovatt Sc Jonathan Higg 

Synopsis: In Paris, a barge is moored by the Seine, 
It is the traveling horae of Michele and Georgietta, 
The young womai:! is drifting away from her aging 
husband and is being di-awn toward Luigi the young 
stevedore hired by them. Kiohele has suspicions. 
He tries to regain the love of his wife, reminding 
her of the happy hours spont together imder the 
protection of his cloak on the deck of the barge. 
Feeling that he is failing to win hor back, he 
decides to find out the cause of their estrange- 
ment. 



^^sic Director:Eli2abeth Westmoreland 
Stage Director: Martial Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
THIRTY-EIGHTH SEASON— 1961-62 

THE OPERA DEPAFTI4ENT 

PFESENTS 

SCENES FROM OPERJIS 

in Room II J 

"An open class of the Opera Workshop" 

TUESDAY AFTEPITOON, f4ay 1, 1962 at 5:15 o'clock 

I. II Earbiere di Siviglia (in Italian) G. Rossini 

Scene from Act I 

Figaro^ barber ...... George M^ers 

Count Alnaviva ..Alexander Perkins 

Place; A public place in Seville. 
Time: 13th century. 

Synopsis: In Seville one early mornine, the barber 
Fi£aro is going to open his shop but, in the 
strength of his perpetual enthusiasm, he takes time 
out for telling us of his many occupations^ A 
passer-by stops to look at h:ja. He happens to be 
Count Almaviv?., a former master of the barber. 
Count Alraaviva has just arrived in Seville in dis- 
guise having fallen in love with an unkno'-vii senorita 
and followed her as far as ner front aoor^, as the 
young Rosina is well knovm to Figaxo, the astute 
barber agrees, for a price, to introduce the Count 
secre'tly intcf "the well- guarded house of Rosina. 



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II. Samson et Dalila (in French) C. Saint-Saella. 

Scene frcm Act II 

Dalila • • . .Kathleen Easier 

High Priest of Dagon *»...John Wiseman 

Place: Gaza, Palestine* Time: 1136 B.C. 

Synopsis: Samson, the leader of the Israelites, has 
revolted against the Philistines and taken possession 
of the city of Gaza. Dalila, although a Philistine, 
has become his mistress. In the present scene, Dalila 
in the garden of her country house awaiting Samson* s . 
visit, sings an invocation to the god of Love to 
give her the strength to punish the man she pretends 
to love. The High Priest of the Philistines comes to 
Dalila and, reminding her of the ordeal of her breth: 
ren, tries by several arguments to rally her to their 
camp only to hear from Dalila that her love for Sam- 
son is false and that she will trap him by her wiles 
and bring about his downfall. The two Philistines 
sing a resounding duet of hatred and revenge. 

III. Carmen (in French) ....G. Bizet 

Scene from Act II 



Carmen. .•.•••••• .Mary Burgess 

Don Jose ••.•.••• • .Alexander Perkins 



Place: Seville Time: 19th century 



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Synopsis: Don Jose, a corporal of the dragoons, has 
been sent to jail for having failed to arrest Car^ 
men, the gypsy girlc. he loves. Coming out of jail, 
he meets Carmen in a deserted tavern where she 
teases him, dances for him, and turns against him 
in fury when he tries to go back to his barracks. 
Jose reacts violently to her insult sj -he makes a 
confession of his total dedication to her. Casting 
a spell over him. Carmen induces him to run away 
with her to freedom. After being ready to surrender, 
Jose revolts again and is given his leave by a 
scornful Carmen. 

INTERMISSION 

IV. The Marriage of Figaro (In English) W A, Mozart 

Act II, CcMplete 
Place: The Countesses apartment in Almaviva^s castle 
Time: 18th century 

Countess Almaviva Bobbiann Young 

Susanna, chambermaid Judith Blegen 

Figaro, valet William V/orkman 

Cherubino, page ^ Mary Burgess 

Count Almaviva .John V/iseman 

Antonio, gardener .Rodney Stenborg 

Don Basilic, music teacher. . .Otto Tovmsend 
Marcellina, housekeeper. ...Kathleen Easier 
Don Bartolo, lawyer .John West 



Musical Director Elizabeth Westmoreland 

Stage Director; Martial Singher 



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THE C TJ R T I S INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, iniRTT-EIGIITl! SEASON ±961-62 

STIIDEIIT HFCITAL 
MICir-L-^ LFVIIT, Piano 
Cm?.RI RriODfoS, Cr(:.an 
DEAII .ULLEi?, Flute 

FPIDAY AFTEP^QjN, MAY /,, 1962 at $:15 o»cloa-<: 

PROGJiAM 

I 
Toccata, Adagio und Fu^e, C &>ir Johann Sebastian Each 

CliERRy PiiODES 

II 

Partita in A minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

For flute -iilone 
Allemande 
Courarate 
Sarabande 
Bourree anglaise 

Sonata Erancis Poulenc 

Allef.ro malincolico 
Cantilena 
Presto ficcofvO 

DE-UI i^IILLER 
Kr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

III 
A night piece Arthur Foote 

DEATI MILLSP, Flute 
Miwako Minoroiyax ^ . Caroline V/oron, Viola 

Lynn Blakeslee / ^^lO-ins ^^^^^ Mather, Violoncello 

Ensemble rehearsed by jMr. 'incaid 

IV 
Variations scrieuses, Op. 54 Felix Mendelssohn 

Selections from "Impressions for Piano" Efrem Zinbalist 

1. Innocence. 2, i^'ioti on- Repose. 3- Chopin. 4.« Legerdemain. 
5. Pachmaninovo 10. Fimsky-Korsaicov 

mCIfflLE LEVIN 

mSS LEVIN: Student of i^-s. Sokoloff 
MISS RHODES: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
MR, 'ILLLE^.: Student of Mr. Kincaid 



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Coranienceraent exercises for the 19^2 
graduating class were held in Mr. Zimbalist's studio 
on May 12, 1962. The exercises were conducted by 
Mr. Zimbalist assisted by George P. Orr, Esquire - 
Trustee. 

In addition to 14r. Orr's remarks he read 
the following personal message from lArs, Zimbalist 
to the graduates. 

"My dear young people - - I cannot 
have you leave our School without a brief 
message as you go. 

With affectionate interest I have 
watched you grow and develop. Indeed, 
you have been a part of the most reward- 
ing years of the Curtis Institute, re- 
warding due to the goal set forth by your 
teachers and Director. To a smaller de- 
gree, my insistence upon good manners was 
also a part of your development, and you 
have been patient with me. 

As you move forward into the world, 
I hope you will work unceasingly, with 
concentrated effort and the same high 
standards still your goal. 

My blessing to you, each one I " 

Mary Curtis Zimbalist 

Graduates who received the diploma were- 

David Peter Cerone Robert Moore 

Corkey Christraan Susan Morris 

Vernon Ewan Alexander PerKins 

David Frerichs Michael Shahan 

Fred Gruenebaum Rodney Stenborg 

Peter Xern Takaoki Sugitani 

Edward Marks John West 



William Whitehead 

Graduates who received the Bachelor of 
Music Degree were - 

Raymond Mabry Jude Mollenhauer Webster 
Robert Martin Noel Snyder < 

Leah Mailman William Webster 

Caroline Woron 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-NINTH SEASON — 1962-63 

FACULTY RECITAL By 

OSCAR SHUMSKY 

In a program of works for unaccompanied Violin and Viola 

MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 19, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 



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Program 

Prelude and Fugue on themes of Bach, Op. 117, No. 5 Reger 

(Violin) 

Sonate, Op. 115 in D major Prokofieff 

Moderato 

Andante dolce (Tema con variazioni) 

Con brio 

(Violin) 



ia (from Sonate Op. 11, No. 5) Hindemith 

(Viola) 



Partita No. 2 in D minor Bach 

AUemande-Courante-Sarabande-Gigue-Chaconne 
(Violin) 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-NINTH SEASON — 1962-63 

FACULTY RECITAL By 
MR. EFREM ZIMBALIST 

MR. VLADIMIR SOKOLOFF at the Piano 

MONDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 3, 1962 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 

Program 

I 

Sonata in C major Antonio Vivaldi 

Moderato — Tempo di Gavotta — Aria— Allegro moderato 

n 

Sonata in E major Gaetano Pugnani 

Largo — Allegro moderato — Amoroso — Allegretto 

m 

Concerto in A minor Gian-Carlo Menotti 

Allegro moderato 

Adagio ma non troppo 
Allegro vivace 



IV 

Sarasateana Efrem Zimbalist 

(Suite of Spanish Dances) 

a) Tango d) Polo 

b) Playera e) Malaguena 

c) Habanera f) Zapateado 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 



II J Hall, Thirty-ninth Season - 1962 - 1963 



THE opep:a department 

PRESENTS 
SCENES FROM OPEPJIS 

(An open Class of the Opera Workshop) 



Wednesday Afternoon, December 12, 1962 



'Orfeo ed Euridice - 1762 (in Italian") C. VJ. Gluck 

Act III 

Orfeo Mary Ann Miller 

Euridice Pat Howatt 

The GreeK minstrel Orfeo has been allowed by the 
gods to descend to the realm of the dead and to claim 
his wife Euridice; but Orfeo must not look at her 
while he leads her back to earth. In guiding Euridice 
out of the Underworld Orfeo struggles desperately 
against the temptation to gaze upon her. Bewildered 
by his apparent aloofness Euridice asKs if his love 
has grown cold or perhaps if her beauty has faded. 
Both of them experience anguish and despair until, 
unaole to resist any longer, Orfeo Iooks at Euridice 
and she dies in his arms. 

The Marriage of Figaro - 1786 (in English ).W. A. Mozart 

Act III, Scene and duet 

Countess Almaviva Sue C. Leider 

Susanna Judith Blegen 

The Countess, lonely and forsaken by her husband, 
recalls the happiness of the past and declares her 
hopes to win bacic his love. Then dictating a note to 
her maid Susanna, she prepares an innocent trap to 
catch him philandering. 

Aida — 1871 (in Italian) G. Verdi 

Act II, Scene and duet 

Aida Bobbiann Young 

Amneris l^ry Burgess 



The Egyptian princess Anmeris and her captive 
Ethiopian slave Aida - actually a princess herself - 
are both in love with P'adajnes, a young general of the 
Egyptian araiy. Fesolving to wring from Mda a con- 
fession of love, .Amneris first tells her that Fadames 
has been slain. When Aida's deep grief betrays her 
love, Amneris reveals that she has trapped her with a 
lie: Radames is alive. Aida thanics the gods and bare- 
ly manages to keep her own identity hidden. In order 
to save her life she will instead ask forgiveness and 
agree to follow Amneris as a slave at the triuiaph of 
the victorious Padames. 



II Trovatore - 1853 (in Italian) G. Verdi 

Act II, Scenes and duet 

Azucena, a Gypsy Woman Kathleen Basler 

Manrico, the Troubadour. . .Vahan Khanzadian 

Azucena tells Manrico, believed to be her son, 
how her mother was dragged to the pyre as a sorcer- 
ess by the order of the old Count di Luna. Then 
Azucena tells how she stole one of the children of 
the Count and carried him to the pyre, how distracted 
by her mother's agony she hurled by mistake her own 
baby into the fire, //hen Manrico shakes off the sin- 
ister spell of Azucena' s story he tries to unravel 
the mystery of his birth. The gypsy insists that he 
is her son. Has she not saved him from the battle- 
field when he lay half dead.' Manrico recalls his 
own bravery and also the mysterious voice which com- 
pelled hiia to spare the life of his enemy, the young 
Count di Luna, in their fight. In vengeful fury 
Azucena exhorts Manrico to kill di Luna at their 
next encounter. 



Der Posearcavalier - 1911 (in English) P. Strauss 

Act II, Scenes I and II 

Sophie Judith Blegen 

Octavian Mary Burgess 

Marianne Barbara Haspel 

Faninal Howard Nevison 

Ma j or-domo Jonathan Rigg 

Footmen 
Daniel V<hy ' Monte Jaffe 

James de Haven Howard Nevison 

Scene: The house of Faninal, a wealthy man recently 
elevated to the nobility. His daughter Sophie is en- 
gaged to marry Baron Ochs von Lerchenau and according 
to the traditional custom the Baron will send this 
morning a messenger to his bride-to-be with a silver 
rose as pledge of his love. Sophie and her governess 
Marianne await with tremulous excitement the arrival 
of Octavian, the messenger, a young nobleman they are 
now to meet. 



Director of the Opera Department 
Martial Singher 



Music Director 
Sally Westmoreland 



At the piano 

Martha Massena 

Sally Westmoreland 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OJ' MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth Season - 1962 - 1963 

Student Pecital by 

PATPICIA HOWATT, Soprano 
GEOFFHEY MICE'ffiLS, Violin 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 16, 1963 at 5:1$ o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in A minor, Op. 82 Alexander Glazounov 

Moderate - Andante - Allegro 

Geoffrey Michaels 

II 

La promessa , Gioacchino Rossini 

II rimprovero 

Voici que le printemps ^^^^^^ Debussy 

Mandoline / 

"Allez au bois cue i Her la framboise" 

from Snegourotchka Nicholas Kimsky-Korsakov 

Der Hirt auf dem Felsen .Franz Schubert 

Clarinet obbligato - Loren Kitt 

Patricia Howatt 



Miss Howatt: Student of >fr. Singher 
Mr. Michaels: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CUFTIS INSTITU'^.'E OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty- ninth Season - 1962 - 1963 

Student ^ecital 1:^ 

ELLEN HASSMAN, Violoncello 
VAHAN lOiANZADIAN, Tenor 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, January 2$, 1963 at 5il5 o* clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in A minor, Op, 33 Camille Saint-Saens 

Allegro non troppo 
Allegretto con moto 
Allegro non troppo 

Ellen Hassman 

II 
Pieta Signorel • . • Alessandro Stradella 

Gia il sole dal Gange Alessandro Scarlatti 



Bannis la crainte et les alarm© s 

from Alceste • • Christ ophe Willibald Gluck 

Beau soir • ^. Claude Debussy 

C ..•••. Francis Poulenc 

In the silence of the night .^_ _sergei Rachmaninoff 
Floods of spring 

Vahan Khanzadian 



Mr. Khanzadian: Student of Mr. Singher 
Miss Hassman: Student of Mr, Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-NINTH SEASON — 1962-1963 

FACULTY RECITAL By 
MR. RUDOLF SERKIN 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 29, 1963 AT 5:15 O'CLOCK 



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Program 



Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109 Ludwic van Beethoven 

Vivace, ma non troppo. Sempre legato 
Prestissimo 

Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo 



Sonata No. 31 in Ab major, Op. 110 Ludwic van Beethoven 

Moderate cantabile molto espressivo 
Allegro molto 
Adagio, ma non troppo 

Fuga: Allegro ma non troppo 



Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. Ill Ludwic van Beethoven 

Maestoeo-Allegro con brio ed appassionato 
Arietta : Adagio molto semplice e cantabile 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth Season - 3 962 - 1%3 

Student Recital by 

LYNN BL^I^SLEE, Violin 
RONALD Kx^ESSMAN; Organ 
EUGENE PKIDONOIF, Piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 30, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sinfonia from Cantata No. 29. ...Johann Sebastian Bach 
"V/e thank Thee, God" ^r» by Harvey Grace 

Two Schubler Chorales Johann Sebastian Bach 

My soul doth magnify the Lord 
Conest Thou, Jesus, d-own from heaven 

Te Deum laudamus Jean Langlais 

Ronald I\ressman 
II 

Concerto in D minor. Op. 4-7 Jean Sibelius 

Allegro moderate 
Adagio di molto 

Allegro, ma non tanto 

Lynn Blake s lee 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 
Fantasy in C major. Op. 15 (Wanderer).. .Franz Schubert 

Eugene Pridonoff 

Miss Blake slee: Student of Vir, Zimbalist 
Mr. Kressman: Student of Dr. IlcCurdy 
Mr. Pridonoff; Student of Vx. Serkin 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth Season - 1962 - 1963 

Student Recital by 

GEORCJP, DECIffiR, Organ 
JONATHA'vT LTAM RIGG, Tenor 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 5i 1963 at 5:1$ o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Fugue in Eb (St. Anne * s) Johann Sebastian Bach 

La Nativite Jean Langlais 

Fugue from the Sonata in C minor Julius Reubke 

(94.th Psalm) 

George Decker 
II 
del mio dolce ardor Christ ophe Willi bald Gluck 

An die feme Geliebte, Op, 98....Ludwig van Beethoven 

1. Auf dem liigel sitz* ich spahend 

2. Wo die Berge so blau 

3. Leichte Segler in den Hohen 
J+, Diese Wolken in den Hohen 

5. Es kehret der Maien 

6. Nimm sie hin denn diese Lieder 

Serenade Charles Gounod 

De* miei bollenti spiriti Giuseppe Verdi 

from La Itaviata 

Jonathan Lyman Rigg 
Mr, Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Mr. Rigg: Student of llr. Singher 
Mr. Decker: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUT'!. OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth Season - 1962 - 1963 

Student Recital by 

MARIOARA TRIFAN, Piano 

BARBARA HASPEL, Soprano 

LYNN HARRELL, Violoncello 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 12, 1963 at 5! 15 o» clock 

PR0GRA14 
I 

Sonata in C, Longo 4,57, K132 Domenico Scarlatti 

Papillons, Op. 2 , ..Robert Schumann 

Marioara Trifan 
II 

Lungi dal caro bene Giuseppe Sarti 

Vanne, sorella ingrata Georg Friedrich Handel 

Du liebst mich nicht \ ^ Franz Schubert 

Dem Unendlichen t 

Sure on this shining night Samuel Barber 

The heavenly banquet | 

Berceuse I Joseph Canteloube 

Malurous qu*o uno fenno J 

Barbara Haspel 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Sonata in A minor, Op, post. (D821) 

"Arpeggione " .Franz Schubert 

Allegro moderate 
Adagio 

Allegretto 

Lynn Harrell 
Vir. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Haspel: Student of Mr. Singher 

Miss Trifan: Student of Firs. Sokoloff 

Mr. Harrell: Student of !fr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
by 

DONALD BLAKESLEE, Tuba 
JAY SHANMAN, Trombone 

STUDENT RECITAL 

by 

DOUGLAS WAUCHOPE, Trombone 

ROGER JANSSEN, Trombone 

JOHN MELBY, Trombone 

Under the direction of 
Mr. Charles Gusikoff 



Wednesday Afternoon, February 13, 1963 
at 3:15 o'clock 



PROGRAM 



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Sonata No. 4 in E minor Johanis Ernst Calliard 

Ada.Tio — Allegro 
Adagio 
Meiiuet 
Allemande 

Roger Janssen 
Nolan Miller, Piano 



II 



Serenade No. 6 Vincent Persichetti 

Trio for Viola, Violoncello and Trombone 

Prologne 

Barcarole 

Chorale Prelude 

Dialogue 

Intermezzo 

Song 



Dance 



Ann Woodward, Viola 
Nancy Hall, Violoncello 
John Melby, Trombone 



III 



Fantasy for Trombone and Piano Paul Creston 

JAY SHANMAN 
Eugene Pridonoff, Piano 



IV 

Concerto for Tuba and Piano A. Lebedjew 

Fantasy — Carnival of Venice Josef Arbais 

Theme and Variations 

Transcribed for Tuba by Charles Gusikoff 

DONALD BLAKESLEE 
Garnell Copeland, Piano 



V 



Adoramus Te Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Gregorian Chant Anonymous 

Transcribed by Charles Gusikoff 
Trombone — Tuba Ensemble 



VI 



Excerpts from Das Rheingold Richard Wagner 

Brass Ensemble 
Under the direction of Charles Gusikoff 

French Horns Trombones 
David Gray Jay Shanman 

William Capps Douglas Wauchope 

Richard Dolph Roger Janssen 

Nolan Miner John Melby 

Trumpets Tuba 

Glen Bowling Donald Blakeslee 

Roger Penning _ 

Edwin McCoy ""u^T^- . 

„. , , _,. ... David Niskanen 

Richard Giangiuho 

Elin Frazier Percussion 

Russell Hartenberger 

Edwin Schneck 

Messrs. Blakeslee, Janssen, Melby, Shanman and Wauchope: 
Students of Mr. Gusikoff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth Season - 19o2 - 1963 

Student Recital by 

PAMELA SHAFFER, Violin 
BOBBIAIM YOUNG, Soprano 
MARTA GARCIa RENART, Piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 19, 1963 at 5:15 o» clock 

PRGOIAM 
I 

Sonata No. 6 in E major George Frederick Handel 

Adagio 
Allegro 
Largo 
Allegro 

Pamela Shaffer 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Und ge stern hat er mlr Rosen gebrachtl 

Selige Nacht > ...Joseph Marx 

Waldseligkeit j 

Poeme de 1* amoiir et de la mer • .Ernest Chausson 

La fleur des eaux 
La mort de 1* amour 

Bobbiann Young 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Fantasies, Op. 116 Johannes Brahms 

1. Capriccio in D minor 

2. Intermezzo in A minor 

3. Capriccio in G minor 

4. Intermezzo in E major 

5. Intermezzo in E minor 

6. Intermezzo in E major 

7. Capriccio in D minor 

Marta Garcia Renart 

Miss Young: Student of Mme, Gregory 
Miss Shaffer: Student of Mr. Shumsky 
Miss Garcia: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mrs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Ciirtis Hall, Thirty-ninth Season • 1962 - 1963 

Student Recital by 

ELIOT CHAPO, Violin 
RICH.'mD A. DARNE, Organ 
MARY ANN MILLER, Contralto 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 20, 1963 at 5:15 o» clock 

PROOIAM 

I 

Schubler Chorale : • Johann Sebastian Bach 

My soul doth magnify the Lord 

Choral No. 1 in E major Cesar Franck 

Richard A. Darne 

II 

Ahl rendimi from Mitrane Francesco Rossi 

Don Quixote Henry Purcell 

The mad song of a lady distracted by love 

Lieder eines f ahrenden Gesellen Gustav Mahler 

Wenn raein Schatz Hochzeit macht 
Ging heut' Morgan uber*s Feld 
Ich hab* ein gliihend* Messer 
Die zwei blauen Augen 

Mary Ann Miller 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Symphonic espagnole. Op. 21, .Edouard Lalo 

T. Allegro non troppo 
tV, /Vndante 

V. Rondo: Allegro 

Eliot Chapo 
Mr, Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Darne: Student of Dr. Mc Curdy 

Miss Miller: Student of Mr. Singher 

Mr. Chapo: Student of I'ir. Shumsky 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

by 

GLEN H. BOWLING, Trumpet 

STUDENT RECITAL 

by 

PATRICIA HOWATT, Soprano 

ROGER PENNING, Trumpet 

Curtis Orchestra under the direction of 
Mr. William Smith 




Thursday Afternoon, February 21, 1963 
at 5:15 o'clock 



PROGRAM 



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Concerto in Fh for Trumpet and Orchestra Joseph Haydn 



Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro 

Glen H. Bowling 

II 

Aria from Cantata No. 51 JoHANN Sebastian Bach 

"Jauchzet Gott in alien Landen" 

Patricia Howatt, Soprano 

Roger Penning, Trumpet obbligato 

String Orchestra conducted by Mr. Smith 

III 

"L'histoire du soldat" Igor Stravinsky 

(The soldier's tale) 

1. The soldier's march 

2. Uiusic for Scene I 

3. Music for Scene II 

4. The royal march 

5. The little concert 

6. Three dances 

a. Tango 

b. Waltz 

c. Ragtime 

7. The devil's dance 

8. The little chorale 

9. The great chorale 

10. The triumphal march of the devil 

Ensemble under the direction of Mr. Smith 



HiDETARo Suzuki, Violin 
William Burns, Doublebass 
LoREN KiTT, Clarinet 
William Winstead, Bassoon 



Glen H. Bowling, Trumpet 
Roger Janssen, Trombone 
Russell Hartenbercer, Battery 



IV 



Menuetto from the Royal Fireworks Music Handel-Harty 

Curtis Orchestra under the direction of 
Mr. Smith 



Messrs. Bowling and Penning: Students of Mr. Krauss 
Miss Howatt: Student of Mr. Sincher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

by 
MICHELE LEVIN, Piano 

STUDENT RECITAL 
by 

NANCY HALL, Violoncello 
JAMES HOLESOVSKY, Violoncello 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 26, 1963 
at 5:15 o'clock 



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PROGRAM 



Sonata in G minor for two violoncellos 
Op, 2, No. 8 George Frederick Handel 

Andante 

Allegro energico 
Largo 

Allegro con fermezza 

Nancy Hall 

James Holesovsky 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

The "Goldberg" variations Johann Sebastian Bach 

(Aria with thirty variations) 

MiCHELE Levin 

Miss Levin: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 

Miss Hall: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 

Mr. Holesovsky: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth S'=':.3on - 1962 - 1963 

Student Recital by 

CHAI-IBER MUSIC OlOUP 
PATRICIA HOV/ATT, Soprano 
JULIUS EASTTfAN, Composition 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 27, 190 at 5:15 o* clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

The 61ood6 Julius Eastman 

Chorus: Kathleen Easier 

Terri De La tour Mart a Garcia 
Beatriz Lima Russell Sirxith 
V/illiam Winstead Clynn Barrus 
Monte Jaffe Jonathan Rigg 

Richard Goode, Piano 

Song Trilogy' (l/ords by the composer)^ ..Julius Eastman 
0, go not 
Birds fly away 
I love the river 

Patricia Howatt 

Nancy Hall, Violoncello obbligato 

The composer at the piano 

Piano Compositions Julius Eastman 

Chorale on a theme of Vauclain 

Plie 

Vergiu^s dance 

First movement of the sonata for pifiuio 

Allegro 

The composer at the piano 
II 

Piano quartet No. 1 in C minor. Op. 15. . .Gabriel Faure 
Allegro molto moderate 
Scherzo: /dlegro vivo 
Adagio 

Allegro molto 

Yumi Ninomiya, Violin Jay Ruraeston, Violoncello 
Geoffrey Michaels, Viola Barbara Blegen, Piano 

Miss Hov/att: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Eastman: Student of Dr. Vauclf.in 
Chamber music ensemble: Students of Mr* Brodsky 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTISHALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

by 

MARY MINOTT BURGESS, Mezzo-soprano 

STUDENT RECITAL 

by 

RUSSELL SMITH, Violoncello 

Mr. Ylaoimir Sokoloff at the piano 
Thursday Afternoon, February 28, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Auf dem Wasser zu singen ] 

Nachtstiick ■ Franz Schubert 

Gretchen am Spinnrade 

Recitative and Aria Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

"Ch'io mi acordi di te," K.606 

Mary Minott Burgess 

u 

Elegie, Op. 24 Gabriel Faure 

Concerto in D major Joseph Haydn 

Allegro moderato 
Ada^o 
ABegro 

Russell Smith 

m 

Proses lyriques Claude Debussy 

De rSve 
De grr^ve 
De flears 
De soir 

Aria of Jocasta from Oedipus Rex Igor Stravinsky 

Mary Minott Burgess 

Miss Burgess: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Smith: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEA SON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
by 

JOHN WISEMAN, Baritone 

STUDENT RECITAL 
by 

WALTER HILLSMAN, Organ 

Friday Afternoon, March 1, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

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PROGRAM 
I 

Glory be to God on high Johann Sebastian Bach 

Chorale Prelude 

Choral No. 2 in B minor Cesau Franck 

Waltek Hillsman 

u 

Invocazione di Orfeo from Euridice Jacopo Peri 

Tu se' morta from Orfeo Claudio Monteverdi 

An die Leier 1 

An den Mond [ Franz Schubert 

Abschied from Schivunengesang J 

Standchen } 

Freundliche Vision )■ Richard Strauss 

Heimliche Auffordermig ) 

Le jet d'eau Claude Debussy 

Trois Ballades de Frangois Villon Claude Debussy 

Ballade de Villon a s'amye 

Ballade que Villon feit a la recjueste de sa m^re pour prier Nostre-Dame 

Ballade des femmes de Paris 

John Wiseman 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Wiseman: Student of Mr. Sincher 
Mr. Hillsman: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth Season - 1962 - 1963 

Student Recital by 

CHERRY RHODES, Organ 
DAVID COLE, Violoncello 

Monday Afternoon, March Ut 1963 at 5:15 o* clock 

PRO(m.'^ 
I 

Kyrie, Gott heiliger Geist ♦Johann Sebastian Bach 

from Klavieriibung III 

(a 5 voci. Canto femo in basso) 

Prelude, Fugue et Variation, Op, 18 Cesar Franck 

Dieu parmi nous Olivier Messiaen 

from La llativite du Seigneur 

Cherry Rhodes 

II 

Concerto in D minor Edouard Lalo 

Lento - Allegro maestoso 

Intermezzo; Andantino con brio 
Andante - Allegro vivace 

David Cole 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Miss Rhodes: Student of Dr, McCurdy 
Mr. Cole: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEA SON— 1962-1963 

Student 
GRADUATION RECITAL 

by 
HAI-EUN HYUN, Violin 

STUDENT RECITAL 

by 
JOAN DOLGONOS, Piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 5, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata in A major, Op. 100 Johankes BrahiMS 

Allegro amabile 
Andante tranquillo 

Allegretto grazioso (quasi andantino) 

Hai-Eun Hyun 

Richard Goode at the piano 

n 

Symphonic etudes, Op. 13 Robert Schumann 

Joan Dolgonos 

Miss Hyun: Student of Mr. Shumsky 
Miss Dolgonos: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff and Mr. Serkin 



Mr. Burns: Student of Mr. Scott 

Mr. LaSalandra: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 

Miss Schapiro: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mr. Horszowski 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTISHALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
WILLIAM BURNS, Doublebass 
JOHN LaSALANDRA, Bassoon 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
ANA SCHAPIRO, Piano 

Friday Afternoon, March 8, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 



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PROGRAM 



Concerto in A major Domenico Draconetti 

Allegro moderato (Arr. by W. R. Smith > 

Andante 

Allegro giusto 

William Burns 
Eugene Pridonoff at the piano 

u 

Sonata in B minor Domenico Scarlatti 

Sonata in C major. Op. 2, No. 3 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 
Adagio 

Scherzo: Allegro 
Allegro assai 

Ana Schapiro 

m 

Sonata for Bassoon and Piano — 1952 Alvin Etler 

Moderately slow 
Fast 
Slow 
Fast 

John LaSalandra 
Michele Levin at the piano 

Quartet in Bb, Op. 40, No. 3 Franz Danzi 

Allegro moderato 

Larghetto non troppo 
Minuetto 
Allegretto 

John LaSalandra, Bassoon 

Lynn Blakeslee, Violin Jane Field, Viola 

Russell Smith, Violoncello 

Mr. Burns: Student of Mr. Scott 

Mr. LaSalandra: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 

Miss Schapiro: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mr. HoRszovt^SKi 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth Season - 1962 - 1963 

Student Recital b/ 

ARLENE PORTNEY, Piano 
RICHARD CSIANCnULIO, Trumpet 
JUDITH BLECEN, Soprano 

i^.ssisted by an orchestra of violoncellos 
under the direction of Kr. Orlando Cole 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 12, 1963 at 5:15 o» clock 

PROGRAiM 

I 

Sonata in A minor, Op, 784* * Franz Schubert 

Allegro giusto 
Andante 
Allegro vivace 

Etude Mo. 4 in E major. •....••» Paganini-Liszt 

.\rlene Portne^ 
II 

Suite for trumpet. .••••#••.. • * . . . Orlando Gibbons 

Concert etude »•••...« iU.exander GoedicKe 

Richard Giangiulio 
Mr. Vladimir So^coloff at the piano 

III 

"Et incarnatus est". ,.•..... # .Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
from Mass in C minor 

Quatre melodie s« .r « • . . • Claude Debuss/ 

Pantomime 

Clair de lune (1st version) 

Pierrot 

Apparition 

Judith Blegen 
llr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

IV 

Bachianas Brasileiras Wo. 5... Heitor Villa-Lobos 

1. Aria (Cantilena) 

2. Dansa (Hartelo) 

Judith Blegen 

David Cole Jay T^^mpiston 

Nancy Hall James Kennedy 

Ellen Ha-ssman Dian^ i'^ather 

James Kolesovsk^ Ru--iso?.l Smith 

Miss Blegen; Student of l-foie. Qi'e^crry 
Mr. Giangiulio: Student of llr. Kraus,;? 
Miss Portney: Student of Mrs. Sckolcff 



1 HE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
II J Hail, Thirty-ninth Season - 1962 - 1963 

THE OPERA DEPARHIENT 

presents 
THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 

by 

Giovanni Paisiello 



Libretto from the play by Beaumarchais 
translated into English by Robert Gay 



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Thursday and Friday, I!arch 14 and 15> 1963 
at 5s 15 o* clock 



THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 
Opera in two acts (4 scenes) 

Cast of characters - Thursday, March 14th 

Count Almaviva • Vahan Khanzadian 

Figaro, barber, • William Workman 

Dr . Bartolo • John Wiseman 

Rosina, his ward Bobbiann Young 

Don Basilic, her music master James De Haven 

Brightboy, servant , , Monte Jaffe 

Youthful, servant. Jonathan Rigg 

Notary .Monte Jaffe 

Police Officer Dan Mele 



Orchestra conductor - William Smith 
Musical director - Elizabeth We-tnoreland 
Sets painted by Noelle Massena 
Produced and staged by Martial Singher 



Scene 1: A street in Seville, in front of the house 
of Dr. Bartolo 

Scenes 2-3-4: The living room in Dr. Bartolo* s house 



THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 
Opera in two acts (U scenes) 

Cast of characters - Friday, March l^th 

Count Almaviva, •.•...••... Jonathan Rigg 

Figaro, barber. • • V/illiam V/orkzoan 

Dr . Bartolo. •«•. •••..•.•• John Wiseman 

Rosina, his ward Judith Blegen 

Don Basilio, her music master ....Monte Jaffe 

Brightboy, servant James De Haven 

Youthful, servant Vahan Khanzadian 

Notary • James De Haven 

Police Officer Dan Mele 



Orchestra conductor - William Smith 
Musical director - Elizabeth Westmoreland 
Sets painted by Noelle Hassena 
Produced and staged by Martial Singher 



Scene 1: A street in Seville, in front of the house 
of Dr. Bartolo 

Scenes 2-3^4: The living room in Dr. Bartolo* s house 



The music of the opera was written by the Ital- 
ian composer Paisiello while in residence at the 
court of Catherine the Great in Saint Petersburg, and 
its first performance took place there in 1782. The 
OTJcra vr-;s performed subsequently in Italian and other 
European opera houses with enormous success. Its 
co.no3Jtion came only five years after the first per- 
rormauoe of the famous play b^^ Beaumarchais; but for 
the inevitable cuts its libretto follows closely the 
tpr.t of the play. It can be said that its style is 
a direct projection into music of the spirit of the 
contemporary play which inspired it. 

Tnirty-six years later Rossini wrote on the 
S!?JT>e libr^^itto another score which, poorly received 
at first, was later to overshadow the older v/ork. 
It IS only recently that Paisiello* s Barber has been 
redd sco-zered and brought to the fore again, to be 
again received with the favor it truly deserves. 



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Tuesday, March 19, 1963 
1:30 O'clock 

The Matinee Musical Club of Philadelphia 

PRESENTS 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE of MUSIC OPERA DEPARTMENT 

IN 

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE — PaisieUo 
Opera in two Acts (4 scenes) 

WILLIAM SMITH, Orchestra Conductor 

ELIZABETH WESTMORELAND, Musical Director 

MARTIAL SINGHER, Producer and Stage Director 

NOELLE MASSENA, Scenery 

CAST 

Count Almaviva . Vahan Khanzadian 

Figaro, barber William Workman 

Dr. Bartolo John Wiseman 

Rosina, his ward Sue C. Leider 

Don BasilJo, her music master James De Haven 

Brightboy, servant Monte Jaffe 

Youthful, servant Jonathan Rigg 

Notary Monte Jaffe 

Police Officer Dan Mele 

Scene 1 : A street in Seville, in front of the house of Dr. Bartolo 

Scenes 2-3'4: The living room in Dr. Bartolo's house 

The music of the opera was written by the Italian composer PaisieUo while in residence at 
the court of Catherine the Great in Saint Petersburg, and its first performance took place 
there in 1782. The opera was performed subsequendy in Italian and other European opera 
houses with enormous success. Its composition came only five years after the first performance 
ot the famous play by Beaumarchais. But for the inevitable cuts, its libretto follows closely 
the text of the play. It can be said that its style is a direct projection into music of the spirit 
of the contemporary play which inspired it. 

Thirty'six years later Rossini wrote on the same libretto another score which, poorly received 
at first, was later to overshadow the older work. It is only recently that Paisiello's Barber has 
been rediscovered and brought to the fore, to be again received with the favor it truly 
deserves. 



The Steinway is the official piano of The Matinee Musical Club 



SPOTLIGHTED TODAY 

MARTIAL SINGHER, Head of the Voice and Opera Department of the Curtis Institute 
of Music, is internationally celebrated and is acknowledged as one of the great baritone stars 
in the world today. Born in the Basque country in the south of France, Mr. Singher made 
his debut in Amsterdam in 1930 with the Concertgebouw Orchestra under Pierre Monteau. 
For the next ten years he was the leading baritone of the Paris Grand Opera and Opera 
Comique, and was acclaimed as a great singing actor as well as recitalist in England and 
over the whole Continent. Ten years ago he made his sensational debut as Pelleas at the 
Metropolitan Opera. Since then, while singing leading roles in practically every Metropolitan 
season, Mr. Singher has sung in virtually every major music series in this country. Presently, 
besides appearances in both opera and concerts, he is a successful teacher of voice, interprc 
ration and opera in his own Philadelphia studio, at the Curtis Institute of Music, and at 
the Mannes College of Music in New York. 

WILLIAM SMITH, the assistant conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, is a musician 
of great versatility. Mr. Smith understudies Mr. Ormandy in the preparation of all scores, 
assists in rehearsing all choral groups and vocal soloists, and serves as well, as the Orchestra's 
official pianist and organist. In addition, he has appeared as soloist with the Orchestra on 
numerous occasions. Mr. Smith is also the conductor and commentator of the Children's and 
Junior Student Concerts. In addition to his Orchestra duties, he serves as Conductor of the 
Orchestra at the Curtis Institute of Music and as Director of the Choirs and Orchestra at 
the University of Pennsylvania. For two years, he has had his own classical music radio 
show in Philadelphia, and serves as commentator for the concerts in the Philadelphia Or' 
chestra Transcription Service. 

ELIZABETH WESTMORELAND, Music Director of the Opera Department of the 

Curtis Institute of Music, is a graduate of the Curtis Institute and had further study at 

Fontainebleau and the Mozarteum at Salzburg. She was assistant to Elizabeth Schuman for 

fourteen years and was accompanist in the studio of many famous teachers including Marcella 

Sembrich. Besides her Philadelphia work, she coached several Broadway shows including 

Billy Rose's production of "Carmen Jones" and the world premiere of Gian-Carlo Menotti's 

"Old Maid and the Thief" for NBC. Last season she conducted six performances of "Cosi 

fan tutti" for the Curtis Institute Opera Workshop. 

K. A. R. 



TUESDAY, April 2 — Our Parade of Talent — The Matinee Musical Club auditions of 
Club Artists for engagements — Greek Hall, Wanamaker Store, beginning promptly at 12 
o'clock noon. Club members are invited to attend and enjoy this special concert. 



TUESDAY, April 16— LUNCHEON in the Clover and Red Rooms of the Bellevue- 
Stratford Hotel at 12 o'clock noon. At 2 P.M. in the Ballroom we are presenting ZVI 
ZEITLIN, violin soloist with the New York Philharmonic and Israeli Philharmonic, and 
CLUB ARTISTS. Please send your request for reservations, together with your check, to 
Mrs. W. Wesley McKee, 630 E. Aliens Lane, Philadelphia 19. Tickets, $3.85. Special 
notice will not be mailed to members regarding this luncheon. 



We express sincere thanks and appreciation for the efforts of our Card Party Committee and 
all those who assisted in making our Annual Card Party on March 5th a sucess. These 
affairs require time and hard work, but the work is always made easier with willing and 
efficient associates. 



April 19-23 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — Thirty-Second Biennial Convention of the Na- 
tional Federation of Music Clubs. 



ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE 
Mrs. Ellwood F. Jones, Chairman 

Mrs. Willard E. Fichthorn 

Mrs. Albert J. Holland 

Mrs. John L. McFarland 

Mrs. S. Lehman Nyce 

Mrs. Paul W. Foley 

Mrs. Martha Riley 

Mrs. William H. Scott 



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FRIENDS OF THE MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB 



Mrs. Albert J. Abrams 
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Miss Clara N. Bender 
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*In Memoriam 



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'^'In Memoriam 



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Mrs, John C. Zahm 



WHERE TO STUDY 



BAWDEN STUDIO OF MUSIC 

124 S. 18th St. 

Phone: LO 3-7888 

Advanced Piano Study under 
direction of Clarence K. Bawden 



HAJOS STUDIO OF MUSIC 

1715 Chestnut St. 
Studio 302 — Phila. 

LO 3-8698 or (New Jersey) LU 9-9412 

Advanced Violin and Chamber Music 
under direction of Magda Hajos 



Maude Trucksess Patterson 

PIANO, VOICE. ART and CRAFTS 

Overbrook - Phila. 31 

GR 2-2459 



EVA FOLSOM SULLY 

VOICE and PIANO 

Studio: 424 South Carlisle Street 
Philadelphia 46 

Phone: PE 5-0947 



CAROLYN D. DENGLER 

TEACHER OF SINGING — ACCOMPANIST 
34 S. 17th Street — Studio 206 Phone: LO 3-4163 



ATTENTION MEMBERS OF THE MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB 

Do you have a friend or neighbor who you believe v/ould enjoy joining 
The Matinee Musical Club? If so, applications may be secured in the 
club office and letters of proposal and endorsement should be v/ritten 
on the reverse side of the application, which should then be mailed to 
the club ofRce. 



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The Matinee Musical Club Proudly Recommends 
the following artists who are available for Concert and Program engagements. 



Barbara Elliott Bailey 
Pianist 

Phone VI 8-6155 



Miriam Casassa 

Dramatic Lyric 

Phone KI 4-2038 



Estelle Cremers 

Soprano With Auto-harp 

Phone WE 3-6732 



Catherine Deraco 

Soprano 
Phone PE 5-8169 



Katherine Knox 

Isabel Prickitt 

Duo and Duet Artists 

Phone GE 8-4820 
AD 3-4411 



Shirley Ling 
Piano 

Phone MO 4-1826 



Mellowettes 
Vocal Trio 

Phone MU 8-4962 
MU 8-4472 



Virginia Garner 

Lyric Soprano 

Phone OSborne 2-1971 



Harold Parker 

Bass-Baritone 

Phone LO 8-3970 



Edith Bailey 

Contralto 

Phone KI 4-2041 



Mark Petrelli 
Pianist 

Phone KI 4-2152 



The Harmony Trio 

Madeline Wiegand — Soprano 
Edith Bailey — Contralto 
Louise Conway — Pianist 

Phone KI 4-2041 



Louise Walther 

Mezzo-Soprano 

Phone WAverly 7-1761 



Magda Hajos 

International Concert Violinist 

LO 3-8698 or LU 9-9412 



Eleanor Smyers 

Soprano 

Phone KI 3-6571 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
JAY S. LIGHT, Oboe 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

FRED M. GRUENEBAUM, Oboe 

DOUGLAS BAIRSTOW, Oboe 

Under the direction of Mr. John de Lancie 
Wednesday Afternoon, March 20, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 



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PROGRAM 



Deux pieces en forme canonique Theodore Dubois 

Oboe, Jay S. Light 

Violoncello, James Holesovsky 

Piano, William Winstead 

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Trois contrepoints Arthur Honeccer 

1. Prelude 2. Choral 3. Canon sur basse obstin^e 

Oboe, Jay S. Light English Horn, Fred M. Gruenebaum 

Violin, Judith Blegen Piccolo, Carol Klingler Light 

Violoncello, James Holesovsky 

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Marcia funebre sulla morte d'un pappagallo Charles Alran 

Oboes, Fred M. Gruenebaum, Jay S. Light, Douglas Bairstow 

Bassoon, William Winstead 

Sopranos, Judith Blegen and Mary Burgess 

Tenor, Vahan Khanzadian Bass, James De Haven 

IV 

Variations on a theme of Mozart Ludwig van Beethoven 

Oboes, Jay S. Light and Douglas Bairstow 
English Horn, Fred M. Gruenebaum 

Messrs. Light, Gruenebaum and Bairstow: Students of 
Mr. de Lancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

TRUDY WALLACE, Soprano 

DEAN H. MILLER, Flute 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thursday Afternoon, March 21, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

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PROGRAM 
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Sonata in B minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Andante 

Largo e dolce 
Presto-GigTia 

Dean H. Miller 

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Misera, dove son ! K369 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Slue^ L?ebe^^ ''^'^^' } ^^^"^ Mendelssohn 

Fioccalaneve 1 Pietro Cimara 

Non piu ) 

Addlo from "La Boheme" Ciacomo Puccini 

Trudy Wallace 

m 

Poem Charles T. Griffes 

Sonata Paul Hindemith 

Heiter bewegt 
Sehr langsam 

Sehr lebhaft — Marsch 

Dean H. Miller 

Miss Wallace: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Miller: Student of Mr. Kincaid 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTISHALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

DIANE MATHER, Violoncello 

FRANK W. ELL, Clarinet 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
JUDITH BLEGEN, Soprano 

Friday Afternoon, March 22, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 



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PROGRAM 



Sechs deutsche Lieder, Op. 103 Louis Spohr 

Sei still mein Herz 

Zwiegesang 

Sehnsucht 

Wiegenlied 

Das heimliche Lied 

Wach auf 

Judith Blecen, Soprano Frank W. Ell, Clarinet 
Beatriz Lima at the piano 

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Sonata for violoncello and piano. Op. 6 Samuel Barber 

Allegro ma non troppo 

Adagio 

Allegro appassionato 

Diane Mather 
Eugene Pridonoff, piano 

in 

Contrasts Bela Bartok 

Verbunkos (Recruiting Dance) 
Piheno (Relaxation) 
Sebes (Fast Dance) 

Frank W. Ell, Clarinet 
Sergiu Luca, Violin Richard Goode, Piano 

VI 

Concerto for violin and violoncello 
in A minor. Op. 102 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 
Andante 

Vivace non troppo 

Diane Mather, Violoncello 
Mihran Kodjian, Violin Barbara Blegen, Piano 

Mr. Ell: Student of Mr. Gicliotti 

Miss Judith Blegen : Student of Mme. Gregory 

Miss Mather: Student of Mr. Rose and Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-NINTH SEA SON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

KATHLEEN BASLER, Contralto 

WILLIAM HAROUTOUNIAN, Violin 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 26, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sommi Dei! Aria of Polissena George Frederick Handel 

from Radajniato 

Kindertotenlieder GusTAV Mahler 

Nun will die Sonn' so hell aufgeh'n ! 

Nun seh' ich wohl, warum so dunkle Flammen 

Wenn dein Miitterlein 

Oft denk' ich, sie sind nur ausgegansren ! 

In diesem Wetter ! 

Kathleen Basler 
Mme. Martha Massena at the piano 

II 

Sonata in D major, Op. 94a Serge Prokofiev 

Moderato 

Scherzo: Presto 
Andante 

Allegro con brio 

William Haroutounian 
Miss Marion Zarzeczna at the piano 

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O mio Fernando from La Favorita Gaetano Donizetti 

Les berceaux 7 r- 17 ' 

Clair delmie f Gabriel Faure 

Chevaux de bois Claude Debussy 

Kathleen Basler 

Mme. Martha Massena at the piano 

TV 

Scotch Phantasy, Op. 46 Max Bruch 

Introduzione: Grave — Andante cantabile 
Allegro 

Andante sostenuto 

Finale: Allegro guerriero 

William Haroutounian 
Miss Marion Zarzeczna at the piano 

Miss Basler: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Haroutounian : STin>ENT of Mr. Shumsky 



THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF 

THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESENTS 

THE OPERA DE PARTAKE NT OF 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

In 

Two Performances 
of 

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 
by 
Giovanni Paisiei lo 



Libretto from the play by Beaumarchals 
translated into English by Robert Gay 



ANNENBERG SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 

Tuesday and Wednesday, March 26 and 27, 1963 
at 8:30 P. M. 



THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 
Opera In two acts (4 scenes) 

Cast of characters - Tuesday, March 26 

Count Almavlva Jonathan Rigg 

F igaro, barber w! I I iam Workman 

Dr. Bartolo John Wiseman 

Roslna, his ward Judith Blegen 

Don Basilio, her music master • Monte Jaffe 

Brightboy, servant James De Haven 

Youthful, servant Vahan Khanzadlan 

Notary.. James Oe Haven 

Police Officer Dan Mele 



Orchestra conductor - Wi I I lam Wi nstead 

Musical director - Elizabeth Westmoreland 

Sets painted by Noelle Massena 

Produced and staged by Martial Singher 



Scene I: A street in Seville, in front of the 
house of Dr. Bartolo 

Scenes 2-3-4: The living room in Dr. Bartolo's house 



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THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 
Opera in two acts (4 scenes) 

Cast of characters - Wednesday, March 27 

Count AlmavWa Vahan Khanzadian 

F i garo, barber. ••• Wi I liam Workman 

Dr. Bartolo John Wiseman 

Rosina, his ward.... • Trudy Wallace 

Don Basilio, her music master. .James De Haven 

Brfghtboy, servant Monte Jaffe 

Youthful, servant. Jonathan Rigg 

Notary • Monte Jaffe 

Police Officer Dan Mele 



Orchestra conductor - Wi I I iam Winstead 
Musical director - Elizabeth Westmoreland 
Sets painted by Noelle Massena 
Produced and staged by Martial Singher 



Scene I : 



A street in Seville, in front of the 
house of Dr. Bartolo 



Scenes 2-3-4: The living room in Dr. Bartolo^s house 



The music of the opera was written by the Ital- 
ian composer Paislello while in residence at the court 
of Catherine the Great in Saint Petersburg, and its 
first performance took place there in 1782. The opera 
was performed subsequently in Italian and other Euro- 
pean opera houses with enormous success. Its composi- 
tion came only five years after the first performance 
of the famous play by Beaumarchaisj but for the in- 
evitable cuts its libretto follows closely the text 
of the play. It can be said that its style is a 
direct projection into music of the spirit of the 
contemporary play which inspired it. 

Thirty-six years later Rossini wrote on the same 
libretto another score which, poorly received at first, 
was later to overshadow the older work. It Is only re- 
cently that Palsiello's Barber has been rediscovered 
and brought to the fore again, to be again received 
with the favor it truly deserves. 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
ROSEMARIE BOTTALICO, Harp 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

TERRI DE LATOUR, Soprano 

LAMBERT ORKIS, Piano 

Thursday Afternoon, March 28, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Ballade No. 4 in F minor Frederic Chopin 

Transcendental Etude No. 9 in Ab Franz Liszt 

(Ricordanza) 

Transcendental Etude No. 10 in F minor Franz Liszt 

Lambert Orkis 

II 

Nel cor piu non mi sento Giovanni Paisiello 

Vaghissima sembianza Stefano Donaudy 

Die Nacht 1 Richard Strauss 

Zueignung ) 

Vissi d'arte Giacomo Puccini 

Terri De Latour 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Sonata in C minor JoHANN L. DussEK 

Fantaisie for violin and harp, Op. 124 Camille Saint-Saens 

Assisted by William Haroutounian, Violin 

Ballade, Op. 28 Carlos Salzedo 

ROSEMARIE BoTTALICO 

Mr. Orkis: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 

Miss De Latour : Student of Mme. Gregory 

Miss Bottalico: Student of Miss Costello 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
LOREN W. KITT, Clarinet 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
BARBARA BLEGEN, Piano 

Friday Afternoon, March 29, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Concerto in A major, K. 622 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Rondo: Allegro 

LoREN W. KiTT 

Accompanied by The Curtis Symphony Orchestra 
under the direction of Mr. William Smith 

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English Suite No. 3 in G minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Prelude 

Allemande 

Courante 

Sarabande 

Gavotte and Musette 

Gigue 

Toccata, Op. 11 Serge Prokofiev 

Barbara Blegen 

in 

Premiere Rhapsodic Claude Debussy 

LoREN W. KiTT 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Blegen: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Mr. Kitt : Student of Mr. Gigliotti 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

MIWAKO NINOMIYA, Violin 

iMIHRAN KODJIAN, Violin 

CHARLES CASTLEMAN, Violin 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 2, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Concerto in G minor. Op. 26 Max Bruch 

Prelude: Allegro moderato 
Adagio 

Finale : Allegro energico 

MlHRAN KODJIAN 



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Sonata No. 3 in D major Jean Marie Leclair 

Un poco andante 
Allegro 

Sarabande : Largo 
Tambourin: Presto 

Poeme, Op. 25 Ernest Chausson 

MlWAKO NiNOMIYA 



in 

Adagio and Fugue from Sonata No. 3 in C major 
for unaccompanied violin Johann Sebastian Bach 

Concerto No. 1 in F# minor. Op. 14 Henri Wieniawski 

Allegro moderato 

Preghiera : Larghetto 
Rondo : Allegro giojoso 

Charles Castleman 



Miss Ninomiya, Mr. Kodjian and Mr. Castleman ; 
Students of Mr. Galamian 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty- ninth Seascu - 1962 - 1963 
Student Recital by 

DUK JU Hm, Piano 
aYN BARRUS, Viola 
JAY HUr^STOW, Violoncello 

Pfiday Afternoon, April 5> 1963 at 5^15 o'clock 

PROCaAM 

I 

Concerto in B minor, Op, 104.» Anton Dvorak 

Allegro 

Adagio ma non troppo 
Finale: Allegro moderato 

Jay Humes ton 
Richard Goode at the piano 

II 

Sonata in D major. Op. 10, No. 3 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Presto 

Largo e mesto 
Menuetto; Allegro 
Rondo: Allegro 

Duk Ju Kim 

III 

Suite, Op. 4-6. . . • • Joseph Jongen 

Poeme elegiaque - Final 

Clyn Barrus 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Kim; Student of Mr. Serkin 

Mr. Barrus: Student of ^4r. Aronoff 

Mr. ftimeston; Student of Mr* Rose and Mr, Cole 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
BEATRIZ LIMA, Piano 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
SUSAN LEIDER, Soprano 

Monday Afternoon, April 8, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Suite No. 11 in D minor George Frederick Handel 

AUemande — Couiante — Sarabande — Gigue 
Sonata No. 27 in E minor. Op. 90 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Mit Lebhaftigrkeit und durchaus mit Enipfindung und Aiisdruck 
Nicht zu geschwind und sehr singbar vorgetragen 

Sonata Alberto Ginastera 

Allegro marcato 
Presto misterioso 

Adagio molto appassionato 
Ruvido ed ostinato 

Beatriz Lima 

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Per la gloria d'adorarvi Giovanni Battista Bononcim 

Tu mancavi a tormentarmi Marc' Antonio Cesti 

Qual farfalletta amante Domenico Scarlatti 

Als Luise die Brief e Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

O wiisst' ich doch den Weg J Johannes Brahms 

Botschaft ) 

Con aiv.ores la mi madre } Fernando J. Obradors 

Loplas (le Curro IJulee ] 

Hermit Songs, Op. 29 Samuel Barber 

At Saint Patrick's Purgatory 
St. Ita's Vision 
Sea-Snatch 

Susan Leider 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Lima: Student of Mr. Horszowski 
Miss Leider: Student of Mme. Gregory 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, THIRTY-NINTH SEA SON— 1962.1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
HIDETARO SUZUKI, Violin 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
RICHARD GOODE, Piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 10, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Fantasy in C, Op. 131 Schumann-Kreisler 

HiDETARo Suzuki 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

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Sonata in E, Op. 27, No. 6 Eugene Ysaye 

for violin alone (played without pause* 

Allegro giusto non troppo vivo 

Allegretto poco scherzando 

Allegro, tempo prime 

HioETARo Suzuki 

III 

Sonata, Op. 1 Alban Berg 

Variations and Fugue in Eb, Op. 35 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Richard Goode 

IV 

Sonata in E flat. Op. 18 Richard Strauss 

Allegro, ma non troppo 

Improvisation: Andante cantabile 
Finale : Andante — Allegro 

HiDETARO Suzuki 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Suzuki: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Mr. Goode: Student of Mr. Serkin 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Thirty-ninth .Season - 1962 - 1963 

Student Recital by 

WILLIAM WORKMAN, Baritone 
DAVID NISK4KTEN, Percussion 
RUSSELL HARTET^^BERGR:R, Timpani 
EDWIN SCHI^ac, Marimba 
DEATJ MILLER, Flute 

Friday Afternoon, April 19, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAfl 

I 

Dance of the Comedians Bedrick Smetana 

Edwin ochneck 
Mr, Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Chiamo 11 mio ben cosl Christophe Willibald Gluck 

from Orfeo ed Euridice, Act I 

Che fara senza Euridice.... Christophe Willibald Cluck 
from Orfeo ed Euridice, Act III 



Der Kreuzzug 

Alinde \ Franz Schubert 

Qruppe aus dem Tartarus 



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Don Quichotte a Dulcinee • I4aurice Ravel 

Chanson epique 
Chanson romanesque 
Chanson a boire 

William Workman 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Eight Miniattires for flute and 

percussion. .^^ • »« Lc»iis Gesensuay 

Dean Killer David Niskanen 

Russell Harteaberger 

Mr. Workman: Student of 1^. Singher 

Mr. Miller; Student of 14r. Kincaid 

Messrs* Niskanen, Hart^nberger and Schneck: 

Students of Mr. Hinger 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962-1963 

Faculty Recital by 
LEE LUVLSI 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 23, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Fantasia in C major Joseph Haydn 

Sonata in A minor, K.310 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro maestoso 

Andante cantabile con espressione 
Presto 

Impromptu in Ab major, Op. 142, No. 2 Franz Schubert 

II 

Klavierstiicke, Op. 76 Johannes Brahms 

Capriccio in F# minor 
Capriccio in B minor 
Intermezzo in Ab major 
Intermezzo in Bb major 
Capriccio in C# minor 
Intermezzo in A major 
Intermezzo in A minor 
Capriccio in C major 

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Nocturne in B minor. Op. 119 Gabriel Faure 

L'isle joyeuse Claude Debussy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEASON— 1962.1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

MICHAEL HENNAGIN 

FRANK LEONE 

ORVILLE F. LEWIS 

Assisted by 

Edna Bockstein and Richard Goode, Pianists 

AND String Quartet 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 24, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata for piano Michael Hennagin 

(In One Movement) 

Edna Bockstein 

II 

String quartet Frank Leone 

Lento 

Adagio non troppo — Allegro — Adagio — Allegro molto 

William Haroutounian, Violin Evelyn Poole, Viola 

James Maurer, Violin Russell Smith, Violoncello 

in 

Sonata for piano Orville F. Lewis 

(In One Movement) 

Richard Goode 

Messrs. Hennagin, Leone and Lewis: 
Students in composition of Dr. Vauclain 



THE CURTIS ORCHESTRA 
William R. Smith — Director 

THE SWARTHMORE COLLEGE CHORUS 
Peter Gram Swing -• Director 

JOINT CONCERT 

Thursday, April 25, 1963, 8:15 P.M. 
Clothier Memorial Hall Swarthmore College 

PROGRAM 



/. Te Deum in C major, for the Emperess Maria Theresa 

(First Philadelphia Performance) 

Peter Gram Swing — Conductor 



Joseph Haydn 
(ca. 1799/1800) 



//. A German Requiem, Opus 45 



Johannes Brahms 
(1861-1868) 



L Selig sind, die da leid tragen 

Blessed are they that mourn; 
for they shall be comforted. (Matthew V.4) 
They that sow in tears shall reap in joy. 
He that goeth* forth and weepeth, 
bearing precious seed, shall doubtless 
come again with rejoicing, bringing his 
sheaves with him. (Psalm 126, 5—6) 

IV. Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen 

How amiable are thy tabernacles, 

Lord of hosts! 

My soul longeth, yea, even fainteth 

for the courts of the Lord: 

my heart and my flesh crieth out 

for the living God. 

Blessed are they that dwell in thy house: 

they will be still praising thee. (Psalm 84, 1,2,4) 

VII. Selig sind die Toten 

And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me. 

Write, Blessed are the dead which die in 

the Lord from henceforth: 

Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from 

their labours; and their works do follow them. 

(Revelation XVI, 13) 

William R. Smith — Conductor 



INTERMISSION 

Serenade for Twelve Brass Instruments 
Harp, Celesta, and Battery 

I. March 

n. Nocturne 

ni. Scherzo 

IV. Hymn 

Orchestra Suite from the Music to 
"Burger als Edelmann'*, Opus 60 

1. Overture, Act I 

2. Minuet 

3. The Fencing Master 

4. Entrance and Dance of the Tailors 

5. The Minuet of LuUy 

6. Courante 

7. Entrance of Cleonte (after LuUy) 

8. Prelude, Act n (Intermezzo) 

9. Dinner — Dance of the Kitchenmaids 

Solo Violin ~ Lynn Blakeslee 

THE CURTIS ORCHESTRA 
William R. Smith — Conductor 



Willem van Otterloo 
(1944) 



Richard Straus 
(1912-1916) 



PARENT'S DAY CONCERT: 

Saturday, May 4 at 8:15 P.M. — Clothier Memorial Hall 
The Swarthmore College Orchestra and Singers 
Jose Serebrier and Peter Gram Swing — Conductors 
Music by: Borodin, Brahms, Mozart, Purcell and Serebrier 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, THIRTY- NINTH SEA SON— 1962-1963 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
MARGARITA CSONKA, Harp 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
JUDITH BLEGEN, Violin 

Monday Afternoon, April 29, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 






PROGRAM 
I 

Danses (Sacree et profane) Claude Debussy 

Margarita Csonka 

Curtis String Orchestra 

conducted by William Smith 

II 

Concerto No. 4 in D major, K.218 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro 

Andante can labile 
Rondeau 

Judith Blegen 
Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

in 

Introduction and Allegro Maurice Ravel 

Margarita Csonka 

Dean Miller, Flute Loren Kitt, Clarinet 

Miwako Ninomiya, Violin Cynthia Field, Viola 

Geoffrey Michaels, Violin Jay Humeston, Violoncello 

William Smith, Conductor 

Miss Csonka: Student of Miss Costello 
Miss Blegen: Student of Mr. Shumsky 



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THE 

CURTIS 
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PHILADELPHIA 




Thirtieth Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 



Curtis Hall * Philadelphia * Pennsylvania 

Saturday, May Eleventh 

Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-three 



ORDER OF CEREMONIES 



ORGAN PRELUDES 



Prelude in A minor 

Jesu, meine Freude 

Erbarm' dich mein, o Herre Gott 



JoHANN Sebastian Bach 



"0, Welt, ich muss dich lassen" Johannes Brahms 

GRADUATE PROCESSION 
March on a Theme by Handel 

Alexander McCurdy, Mus.D. 

INTRODUCTION 
President Mary Curtis Zimbalist, Mus.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. 

ADDRESS 
Samuel Barber, Mus.D. 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 

President Mary Curtis Zimbalist 
Director Efrem Zimbalist, Mus.D. 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 

The President 
The Director 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 



GRADUATE RECESSION 
Finale from Grande piece symphonique Cesar Franck 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 



DIPLOMAS 

Voice 
Kathleen Basler Trudy Judith Wallace 

Piano 

Zeyda Ruga Suzuki 

Michele Wendlyn Levin Beatriz de Menonca Lima 

Violin 

Shmuel Ashkenasi William T. Haroutounian 

Hidetaro Suzuki (in absentia) Mihran Kodjian 

Thomas Clifford Kennedy Miwako Ninomiya 

Violoncello 
Diane Sydney Mather 

Harp 
Margarita Csonka 

Oboe 
Jay Saul Light 

Bassoon 
John Joseph LaSalandra 

Double Bass 
William Dudley Burns 

Clarinet 
Frank William Ell Loren Wayne Kitt 

Trumpet 
Glen Harrison Bowling 

Composition 
Frank Leone Julius Eastman (in absentia) 



DEGREES IN COURSE 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Voice 
Mary Minott Burgess John Edward Wiseman 

Violin 
Charles Martin Castleman (in absentia) 

Harp 
Rosemarie Rita Bottalico 

Bassoon 
Jay Samuel Suckno 

Flute 
Dean Harold Miller 

Trombone 
Jay Stephen Shanman 

Tuba 
Donald Ellsworth Blakeslee 

Composition 
John Michael Hennagin Orville Lewis 



Marshal 
Orlando Cole, B.M. 

Assistant Marshals 
Walter Hillsman George Decker 

William Workman Ronald Kressman 



INDEX 

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LIST OF CONCTT, RTS 
FACULTY A1\ID SPECIAL CONCERTS 

CURTIS miLL 
I960 - 1963 

Mr. Anthony Di Bonaventura, Piano. . .November 29, I960 

Mr. Mieczyslaw Horszowski, Piano . . . October 18, I960 

Mr. Lee Luvisi, Piano April 23, 19^3 

Mr. Rudolf Serkin, Piano November 15, I96I 

January 29, 1963 

Mr. Oscar Shumway, Violin November 19, 1962 

Mr. Efrem Zimbalist, Violin October 27, I96I 

December 3, 1962 



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ENSEMBLE CONCERIS 

CURTIS HALL and IIJ HALL 

I960 - 1963 

Brass ensemble , February 17, 1961 

Brass ensemble, chorus and organ March 5, 1962 

Chamber music ensemble March 8, I96I 

January 10, 19^2 

February 27, 19^3 

Chamber trio February 20, 19^2 

Curtis orchestra (at Univ. of ^enna) . . .March 27, 19^2 

February 21, 1963 

(at Swarthmore College) .April 25, 1963 

Harp ensemble March 10, 19^1 

String quartet March 20, I96I 

March 26, 1962 

Opera department: 

Opera woricshop December 13, 19^0 

January 31, 1961 

April 30, 1962 

May 1, 1962 

December 12, 1962 

Mozart - Cosi Fan Tutte .... April 2U & 25, 1961 

(at Univ. of Penna) .Nov. 20 & 21,. I96I 

Paisiello - Barber of Seville . March 1^ & 15, 1963 

(at Belle vue Stratford) March 19, 1963 

(at Univ. of Penna) March 26 & 27, 1963 

(at Swarthmore College) .April 7, 1963 
(same as Univ. of Penna. program) 



STUDEU1S' CONCERTS 

CURTIS HALL 

I960 - 1963 
BASSOON 

Miss Sue Bournes March 28, 1961^ 

Mr. John Croc/cett April 10, I96I* 

Mr. John LaSalandra March 8, 1963* 

Miss Susan Willoughby April 7, I96I* 

CLARINET 

Mr. Loren Xitt March 29, I963* 

Mr. Edward Marks April 17, 1962* 

Mr. Frank W. Ell March 22, 1963* 

COMPOSITI ON 

Mr. Julius Eastman February 27, 1963 

Mr. Michael Hennagin April 2^., I963* 

Mr. Frame Leone April 24., I963* 

Mr. Orville F. Lewis April 2^., I963* 

DO^JBLEB^SS 

Mxr. William Burns April 6, 1962 

March 8, 1963* 

Mr. Michael Shahan March 30, 1962* 

*Graduation recital 

3 



FLUTE 

Miss Levina Boehl March 3> 1961 

Mr. Peter Kern March 3, I96I 

March 1$, 1962^ 

Mr. Dean Miller March 3, 1961 

May k, 1962 

March 21, I963* 

April 19, 1963 

Miss Susan Morris March 3> I96I 

March 22, 1962^ 



HARP 

Miss Rosemarie Bottalico March 3> I96I 

March 28, 1963'^ 

Mr. Corkey Christman March 17, I96I 

April 6, 1962* 

Miss Carole Crosby March 17, I96I 

Miss Margarita Csonka March 3, I96I 

April 29, 1963* 

Miss Jude Mollenhauer March 24-, 1961 

April 13, 1962^ 



HORN 

Mr. Glenn Janson April 21, I96I* 

OBOE 

Mr. Douglas Bairstow March 20, 1963 

Mr. James Caldwell December 7, I960 

/Vpril \ky 1961* 

^Graduation recital 



OBOE (Continued) 

I4r. Fred Gruenebau:ii December 7, I960 

April U, 1961 

December 1/^, I9Q 

April 19, 1962^^ 

March 20, 1963 

Mr. Jay Light April U, I96I 

December I4., I96I 

April 19, 1962 

March 20, 1963* 

Mp. William Webster December 7, I960 

December I4., I96I 

April 19, 1962* 



ORGAN 

Mr. Richard Bouchett March I4 

Mr, Richard Cummins March 24 

y\r. Richard Darne March 28 

February 20 

Mr. George Decker February 5 

Mr. William P. Fenimore, III March 9 

Mr. Walter Hillsman January 17, 

.... .March 1 

I'Ir. Ronald Kressman January 30 

Mr. Raymond Mabry March 20 

• January 31 

Miss Cherry Rhodes April 19 

May 4 

March 4 

Mr. William Whitehead February 21 

. . .' April 26 



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* Graduation recital 



PERCUSSION 

Mr. Vernon Ewan March 15, 1962^ 

Mr. David Frerichs March 15, 1962^ 

r4r. Russell Hartenberger April 19, 1963 

Mr. David Miskanen April 19, 1963 

Mr. Edwin Schneck April 19, 1963 

PIANO 

Miss Betty Winn Barnes April 28, 1961^ 

Miss Barbara Blegen March 28, 1961 

March 13, 1962 

March 29, 1963 

Miss Joan Dolgonos March 7, 1961 

March 20, 1962 

March 5, 1963 

Mr. Arthur Fennimore May 2, 1961^ 

Miss Marta Garcia-Renart February 22, 1962 

February 19, 1963 

Mr. Richard Goode 4pril 10, 1963 

Miss DuK Ju Kim April 5, 1963 

Mr. Allen Kindt April 21, 1961* 

Miss Michele Levin April 11, I96I 

May 4, 1962 

February 26, 1963* 

Miss Beatriz Lima 4pril 7, 1961 

April 17, 1962 

April 8, 1963* 

* Graduation recital 

6 



PIANO (Continued) 

Miss Leah Mellman April 2, 1962* 

Mr. Lambert Orkis March 28, 1962 

March 28, 1963 

Miss Arlene Portney February 2k, 1961 

March 22, 1962 

March 12, 1963 

1^. Eugene Pridonoff January 30, 1963 

Miss Zeyda Ruga February 27, 1962 

Miss Ana Schapiro March 8, 1963 

Yx, Peter Serkin May 5, 1961 

March 30, 1962 



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Miss Susan Starr April 10, 1961 

Miss Mar i oar a Trifan December 5, 1961 

February 12, 1963 



TROMBONE 

Mr. Douglas Edelman February 17, 1961* 

Mr. Roger Janssen. February 13, 1963 

Mr. John Melby March 5, 1962 

February 13, 1963 

Mr. Robert Moore February 17, 1961 

March 5, 1962* 

Mr. Jay Shanman February 17, 1961 

March 5, 1962 

February 13, 1963* 

Mr. Douglas Wauchope February 13, 1963 

^Graduation recital 

7 



TRUMPET 

Mr. Glen H. Bowling February 8, 1962 

February 21, 1963^ 

Miss Slin Frazier February 8, 1962 

Mr. Richard Giangiulio March 12, 1963 

Mr. Roger Penning February 21, 1963 



T UBA 

Mr, Donald Blake slee February 17, 1961 

March 5, 1962 

February 13, 1963* 



VIOLA 

Mr. Clyn Barrus April 2, 1962 

April 5, 1963 

Miss Caroline Woron. March 26, 1962* 



VIOLIN 

I4r. Shrauel Ashkenasi March 21, I96I 

March 7, 1962 

Miss Lynn Blake slee February 28, 1961 

January 31, 1962 

January 30, 1963 

Miss Judith Blegen April 29, I963 

Mr. Charles Castleman April 18, I96I 

April 2, 1963* 

Mir. David Cerone April 18, I96I 

^Graduation recital 

8 



VI OLIN (Continued) 

l'4r. Eliot Chapo February 20 

Mr. Vincent Frittelli 4pril 18 

Mr. William Haroutounian February 7 

February 20 

March 26 

Miss Cynthia Hooton April 19 

Miss Hai-Eun Hyun March 5 

Miss Linda Just February 21 

Mr. James Keene March 7. 

Mr. Mihran Kodjian April 2 

Mr. Sheldon Larapert Ipril 11 

Mr. Geoffrey Michaels January 16 

Miss Miwako Ninoraiya April 18 

April 2 

Miss Pamela Shaffer February 19 

Miss Linda Sharon. April 18 

lAr, TaicaoKi Sugitani February 24 

January 17 

Mr, Hide tar o Suzuki February 14 

February 27 

April 10 



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Miss Julia Watson (Janson) March 8, I96I* 

* Graduation recital 



V IOLONCELLO 

Mr. Fred Arico March 17, I96I* 

Mr. David Cole April 6, 1962 

March ki 1963 

Miss Anne Goodman February 7, I96I 

Miss Nancy Hall February 26, 1963 

Mr. Lynn Harrell March 13, 1962 

February 12, 1963 

Miss Ellen Hassman April 6, 1962 

January 25, 1963 

Mr. James HolesovsKy February 26, 1963 

Mr. Jay Hiimeston February 24., I96I 

April 6, 1962 

April 5, 1963 

Mr. Robert Martin April 13, 1962* 

Miss Diane Mather March 22, I963* 

Mr. Robert Newkirk April 28, 196l«- 

Mr. Russell Smith April 17, 1962 

February 28, I963 

Mr. Noel Snyder May 2, I96I* 

VOICE 

Miss Kathleen Easier, Contralto .... March 21, I96I 

.... March 7, 1962 

.... March 26, I963* 

* Graduation recital 



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VOICE (Continued) 



Miss Judith Blegen, Soprano March 28 

March 13 

April 19, 

March 12 

March 22 

Miss Mary Minott Burgess, Mezzo-soprano 

February 14 

March 20 

February 28 

Miss Terri De Latour, Soprano March 28 

Miss Barbara Haspel, Soprano April 2 

.... February 12 

Mr. David Hottmann, Baritone March 14- 

Miss Patricia Howatt, Soprano January 16 

.... February 21 
.... February 27; 

Miss /Indrea Kasen, Soprano February 28 

Mr. Vahan Khanzadian, Tenor January 25 

Miss Susan Leider, Soprano April 8 

Miss Mary Ann Miller, Contralto. . . February 20 

Mr. George Myers, Baritone February 14-: 

February 20 

Mr. Alex Perkins, Tenor March 21 

March 27 

March 28 

Mr. Jonathan Lyman Rigg, Tenor . . . February 5 

Miss OKsana Julietta Sowiak, Contralto . .May 5 

^Graduation recital 

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VOICE (Continued) 

Mr. Rodney Stenborg, Baritone March 20, I96I 

March 27, 1962 

April 26, 1962* 

l-Ir. Otto.Townsend, Tenor March 30, 1962 

Miss Trudy Wallace, Soprano March 22, 1962 

March 21, 1963* 

Mr. John West, Bass February 28, I96I 

March 9, 1962* 

¥jr, John Wiseman, Baritone February 7, I96I 

March 20, 1962 

March 1, 1963* 

Mr. William G. Workman, Jr., Baritone 

December 5> 1961 

April 19, 1963 

Miss Bobbiann Young, Soprano .... February 22, 1962 

.... February 19, 1963 



Twenty-eighth Innual Commencement and 

Conferring of Degrees May 13, 1961 

Twenty-ninth Annual Commencement and 

Conferring of Degrees May 12, 1962 

Thirtieth Annual Commencement and 

Conferring of Degrees May 11, 1963 



* Graduation recital 

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